Double Trouble; Or, Every Hero His Own Villain
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Double Trouble; Or, Every Hero His Own Villain

By Herbert Quick
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  • The Project Gutenberg eBook, Double Trouble, by Herbert Quick, Illustrated by Orson Lowell
    • E-text prepared by Al Haines
      • [Frontispiece: Instantly he was aware of the descent upon him of a fiery comet of femininity]
    • [Frontispiece: Instantly he was aware of the descent upon him of a fiery comet of femininity]
  • DOUBLE TROUBLE
    • Or, Every Hero His Own Villain
      • Author of Aladdin & Co., In the Fairyland of America
      • WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY ORSON LOWELL
        • INDIANAPOLIS THE BOBBS-MERRILL COMPANY PUBLISHERS
      • INDIANAPOLIS THE BOBBS-MERRILL COMPANY PUBLISHERS
    • Author of Aladdin & Co., In the Fairyland of America
    • WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY ORSON LOWELL
      • INDIANAPOLIS THE BOBBS-MERRILL COMPANY PUBLISHERS
    • INDIANAPOLIS THE BOBBS-MERRILL COMPANY PUBLISHERS
    • CONTENTS
    • ILLUSTRATIONS
      • Instantly he was aware of the descent upon him of a fiery comet of femininity . . . . . . Frontispiece
      • She seemed to emanate from the tiger-skin as a butterfly from the chrysalis
      • A new thrill ran through the man and a new light came into his eyes.
      • Vast and complete was the system of notes built up by the professor and the judge
      • There she sits so attentive to her book that his entrance has not attracted her notice
      • Soon their heads were close together over plans
      • "Those red ones," said the judge, "are the very devil for showing on black!"
      • "I am taking Miss Waldron home," said Mr. Amidon
      • The Persons of the Story:
    • Instantly he was aware of the descent upon him of a fiery comet of femininity . . . . . . Frontispiece
    • She seemed to emanate from the tiger-skin as a butterfly from the chrysalis
    • A new thrill ran through the man and a new light came into his eyes.
    • Vast and complete was the system of notes built up by the professor and the judge
    • There she sits so attentive to her book that his entrance has not attracted her notice
    • Soon their heads were close together over plans
    • "Those red ones," said the judge, "are the very devil for showing on black!"
    • "I am taking Miss Waldron home," said Mr. Amidon
    • The Persons of the Story:
  • DOUBLE TROUBLE
    • I
      • A SLEEP AND A FORGETTING
      • II
      • THE RIDDLE OF RAIMENT AND DATES
      • III
      • ANY PORT IN A STORM
      • IV
      • AN ADVENTURE IN BENARES
      • [Illustration: She seemed to emanate from the tiger-skin, as a butterfly from the chrysalis.]
      • V
      • SUBLIMINAL ENGINEERING
      • VI
      • THE JONES PLANE OF MENTALITY
      • [Illustration: A new thrill ran through the man and a new light came into his eyes]
      • VII
      • ENTER THE LEGAL MIND
      • VIII
      • POISING FOR THE PLUNGE
      • [Illustration: Vast and complete was the system of notes built up by the professor and the judge]
      • IX
      • IN DARKEST PENNSYLVANIA
      • X
      • THE WRONG HOUSE
      • XI
      • THE FIRST BATTLE, AND DEFEAT
      • [Illustration: There she sits so attentive to her book that his entrance has not attracted her notice]
      • [Illustration: Soon their heads were close together over the plans]
      • XII
      • ON THE FIRM GROUND OF BUSINESS
      • XIII
      • THE MARTYRDOM OF MR. STEVENS
      • XIV
      • THE TREASON OF ISEGRIM THE WOLF
      • XV
      • THE TURPITUDE OF BRASSFIELD
      • XVI
      • THE OFFICE GOES IN QUEST OF THE MAN
      • XVII
      • THE HONOR NEARS ITS QUARRY
      • XVIII
      • A GLORIOUS VICTORY
      • XIX
      • THE ENTRAPPING OF MR. BRASSFIELD
      • XX
      • THE STRAWBERRY BLONDE
      • [Illustration: "Those red ones," said the judge, "are the very devil for showing on black!"]
      • XXI
      • SOME ALTERNATIONS IN THE CURRENT
      • XXII
      • A REVIVAL OF BELSHAZZAR
      • XXIII
      • THE MOVING FINGER WRITES
      • [Illustration: "I am taking Miss Waldron home," said Mr. Amidon.]
    • A SLEEP AND A FORGETTING
    • II
    • THE RIDDLE OF RAIMENT AND DATES
    • III
    • ANY PORT IN A STORM
    • IV
    • AN ADVENTURE IN BENARES
    • [Illustration: She seemed to emanate from the tiger-skin, as a butterfly from the chrysalis.]
    • V
    • SUBLIMINAL ENGINEERING
    • VI
    • THE JONES PLANE OF MENTALITY
    • [Illustration: A new thrill ran through the man and a new light came into his eyes]
    • VII
    • ENTER THE LEGAL MIND
    • VIII
    • POISING FOR THE PLUNGE
    • [Illustration: Vast and complete was the system of notes built up by the professor and the judge]
    • IX
    • IN DARKEST PENNSYLVANIA
    • X
    • THE WRONG HOUSE
    • XI
    • THE FIRST BATTLE, AND DEFEAT
    • [Illustration: There she sits so attentive to her book that his entrance has not attracted her notice]
    • [Illustration: Soon their heads were close together over the plans]
    • XII
    • ON THE FIRM GROUND OF BUSINESS
    • XIII
    • THE MARTYRDOM OF MR. STEVENS
    • XIV
    • THE TREASON OF ISEGRIM THE WOLF
    • XV
    • THE TURPITUDE OF BRASSFIELD
    • XVI
    • THE OFFICE GOES IN QUEST OF THE MAN
    • XVII
    • THE HONOR NEARS ITS QUARRY
    • XVIII
    • A GLORIOUS VICTORY
    • XIX
    • THE ENTRAPPING OF MR. BRASSFIELD
    • XX
    • THE STRAWBERRY BLONDE
    • [Illustration: "Those red ones," said the judge, "are the very devil for showing on black!"]
    • XXI
    • SOME ALTERNATIONS IN THE CURRENT
    • XXII
    • A REVIVAL OF BELSHAZZAR
    • XXIII
    • THE MOVING FINGER WRITES
    • [Illustration: "I am taking Miss Waldron home," said Mr. Amidon.]
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