[(The Avalanche)] [By (author) Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton] published on (February, 2010) par Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton

July 21, 2019

[(The Avalanche)] [By (author) Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton] published on (February, 2010) par Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton

Titre de livre: [(The Avalanche)] [By (author) Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton] published on (February, 2010)

Auteur: Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton

Date de sortie: February 4, 2010

Éditeur: BOOK JUNGLE

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Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton (1857 - 1948) was a feminist American writer. Her husband discouraged her writing and in 1882 when she published her first novel the family was scandalized. Atherton is best remembered for her California series of novels and short stories. Her stories feature strong heroines who pursue independent careers. The Avalanche is a mystery set in San Francisco. "Price Ruyler knew that many secrets had been inhumed by the earthquake and fire of San Francisco and wondered if his wife's had been one of them. After all, she had been born in this city of odd and whispered pasts, and there were moments when his silent mother-in-law suggested a past of her own. That there was a secret of some sort he had been progressively convinced for quite six months. Moreover, he felt equally sure that this impalpable gray cloud had not drifted even transiently between himself and his wife during the first year and a half of their marriage. They had been uncommonly happy; they were happy yet ... the difference lay not in the quality of Helene's devotion, enhanced always by an outspoken admiration for himself and his achievements, but in subtle changes of temperament and spirits."