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  • one of our party was unable anywhere to purchase either
  • Rokoff's threat, she realized, was no idle one. That he
  • through these and find egress through the boma seemed a
  • There was little or no chance that she could survive even
  • And thus matters stood when, one hot night, Meriem, unable
  • Go away! she said to the Russian. Go away and leave
  • waif that had won its way to the innermost recesses of
  • silent misery upon the little bundle that she had caught
  • in all the finer points of big game hunting. Of an evening
  • With bowed head she sat staring with unseeing eyes upon
  • be safe with friends in London, where there were many,
  • It was more than possible that without Rokoff's knowledge
  • and phlox that drew him to the perfumed air of the garden,
  • poor, little, nameless waif, and lavished upon it all the
  • love that had been denied her during the long, bitter weeks
  • hand to frighten off the beasts of prey. Rokoff urged them
  • Korak fast was becoming but a memory. That he was dead
  • Jane felt an intuitive conviction that the savage was attempting
  • those mighty thews. Had Rokoff been the one to tell her
  • her numbed senses were returning to her and she was commencing
  • her arms, and laughed shrilly, insanely. Then she turned
  • M'ganwazam, the black cannibal, to the camp of Nikolas
  • Russian's confederates, and that even now her son might
  • A choking lump rose to her throat, her head drooped in
  • On went the Eurasian, up to her waist in the flood, with
  • her husband at the end of the trip, she shook her head
  • all in turmoil. She did not know what it was all about,
  • human. He tried to converse with her, but without success,
  • resting the electric lamp upon one of the little ebony
  • Rokoff did not hesitate to use rough methods when he found
  • bundle, she breathed a prayer beside the grave of the nameless
  • Repeatedly he struck Jane Clayton in the face, until at
  • stars and waiting. He had lain thus and there many nights
  • escape. She did not care to live unless she might find
  • Tarzan of the Apes. Then there had been no thoughts of
  • In the total darkness of the interior she paused for a
  • And thus matters stood when, one hot night, Meriem, unable
  • make the mother the wife of a cannibal, and that I shall
  • through these and find egress through the boma seemed a
  • make the mother the wife of a cannibal, and that I shall
  • indigo came next in value; then capsicum, old clothes,
  • traitorous conspirator might have asked for the safe release
  • of his white sailors. He grasped her roughly by the arm
  • the girl could hear the stealthy, muffled footfalls of
  • Max gaining upon her, now, at every stride. There was a
  • She would have liked to have flaunted the fact in his face,
  • appeared she would not admit its impossibility until the
  • all in turmoil. She did not know what it was all about,
  • golden dragon. Max pulled the keys from his pocket, and
  • child had been hers, so much safer would be the real Jack
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