Mary Roberts Rinehart (1876-1958) was a prolific American author of mysteries and romances. She is credited as the source of the phrase "The butler did it," although it does not appear in her writings. Rinehart began writing professionally in 1903 continued to her death in 1958, producing hundreds of novels and short stories.
Dangerous Days by Mary Roberts Rinehartby Mary Roberts Rinehart
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DANGEROUS DAYS is a compelling romance set at the start of World War I. The story follows the affluent but troubled American family of steel magnate Clayton Spencer, whose wealth fails to compensate for his growing troubles. He is increasingly troubled by his vacuous wife and the growing chasm between him and his son, Graham, who must also struggle to escape his mother's dysfunction and his own weak nature.
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