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First published in UK: May 1 1912 by Mills & Boon, Ltd., London
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Characters

Elsa Keith — Betty's friend
Martin Rossiter — Engaged to Elsa
Betty Silver — Heroine
Benjamin Scobell — Betty's rich step-father
Lord Arthur Hayling — Betty's unsuccessful suitor and social arbiter to the Morrisons
John Maude — Hero who went to Cambridge
Marion Scobell — Benjamin's sister
General Poineau — Leader of Mervo's Royalist Party.
M. d'Orby — President of the Republic of Mervo
Edwin Crump — Scobell's secretary
Delia Morrison — American secretary to Westley, Martin & Co. in London. Becomes an heiress
Andrew Westley — John's uncle who hates him
Jimmy Pitt — John's friend, mentioned in passing
Reeve-Smith — John's friend who went to Cambridge with him
Smith — John's friend who works for the News
Tom Spiller — Delia's secret flame in New York
Mr. Richard Morrison — Delia's father who loves baseball and is homesick for New York
Mrs. Morrison — Delia's mother who tries to get into London's social whirl for Delia's sake
Faraday — John's friend
Mr. Briggs — Butler at Norworth Court
Mr. Archer-Cleeve (*)
Colonel Finch (*)
Herr von Mandelbaum (*)
Mr. Pugh (*)

Synopsis
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