1929. American author, Hurst is noted for her sympathetic, sentimental novels. The book begins: In the long reaches of what had become chronic insomnia John G. Rarick found himself mentally mouthing to himself phrases such as this: I am a rich man. I am a very rich man. Me, John G., rich! It was his way of striving to grind into his overtaxed realizations the fact that, as he lay there, wheels of industry, turning by now of their own momentum, were pouring more and more gold into Rarick coffers. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
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