A Sevenfold Trouble by Grace Livingston Hill and Pansy
A heartwarming Christian Fiction
MARGARET was washing the dishes; making a vigorous clash and spatter, and setting down the cups so hard that had they been anything but the good solid iron-stone which they were, they would certainly have suffered under the treatment.
Margaret was noisy in all things, but to-day the usual vigor of movement was manifestly increased by ill humor. There was an ominous setting of a pair of firm lips, and all her face was in a frown. The knives and forks, when their turn came, seemed to increase her ire. She rattled and flung them about with such reckless disregard of consequences that there landed, presently, a lovely tricolored globe of foam in the centre of John's arithmetic; over which he was at this moment gloomily bending.
|Publisher:||KHE Global LLC|
|Series:||Grace Livingston Hill , #6|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||309 KB|
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