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Queen Sheba's King: iHaggard). )
To say this v« ry gr nily resembles other ^
*orks by the same author i:' not lo discredit it .
in any way. sine*- in th-Mr line on*1 could hardly ) find a better model. In this th<-rv is a little of ^
"She," a little of "K'ne; Solomon's Minos." and ( a little of "C!e»>p;Ara." atnl others. Ami having * been driven out of Souib Afria by tht- explorer 1 an- the pioneer, the author eoiues further north. v and chooses a spot in ih-> ii- ar: of th Dark Con- ) tincnt. near r. river which the h.ro "helirves" / rnns into the Nil< . H--re t>ri< .«ts n! >t and lovely /
tfom^n love and nr.- loved, and l>ri!:sh ndven- ^
turers come and pe rform fee is of derring-do in y the "old sweet way." Then- is mystery and ad- < venture in pl«nty. ldo>l and liillins. eold and
jewels, savace nobi'i'y ard treachery. nod v
the old furniture ns ] in a new way. And ecn- ^
sequently a thoroughly enjoyable romance. ?
From Pymoek's Book An a:l.\ Sydney.