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by Alice B. Emerson,1stworld Library


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Jasper Parloe's Secret. by Alice B. Emerson, 1913. Chapter I. The red flame in the night.

Jasper Parloe's Secret. For Ruth Fielding was by no means one of the "crying kind," and shehad forbidden herself the luxury of tears on this occasion. We had all that out weeks ago, you know we did!" she whispered,apostrophizing that inner self that really wanted to break the bravecompact. When we knew we had to leave dear old Darrowtown, and MissTrue Pettis, and Patsy Hope, and-and 'all other perspiring friends,'to quote Amoskeag Lanfell's letter that she wrote home fromConference. No, Ruth Fielding! Uncle Jabez Potter may be the very nicest kind ofan old dear.

Alice B Emerson, 1stworld Library. The sound of the drumming wheels! It had roared in the ears of Ruth Fielding for hours as she sat on the comfortably upholstered seat in the last car of the afternoon Limited, the train whirling her from the West to the East, through the fertile valleys of Upper New York State

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Ruth Fielding reminds me of a cross between Anne Shirley and Nancy Drew. When we are introduced to Ruth, she is an orphan on a train traveling to Upper New York State to live with her miserly and dour great-uncle

Ruth Fielding reminds me of a cross between Anne Shirley and Nancy Drew. When we are introduced to Ruth, she is an orphan on a train traveling to Upper New York State to live with her miserly and dour great-uncle. Before she can arrive at the train station of her new hometown, the train stops because there is a large dog on the tracks with a lantern fixed to its collar.

LibriVox recording of Ruth Fielding of the Red Mill, by Alice B. Brave, adventurous and loyal, recently-orphaned Ruth Fielding is sent to live with her estranged Uncle Jabez at the Red Mill in Cheslow, New York

LibriVox recording of Ruth Fielding of the Red Mill, by Alice B. Brave, adventurous and loyal, recently-orphaned Ruth Fielding is sent to live with her estranged Uncle Jabez at the Red Mill in Cheslow, New York. A new town means making new friends, and the teenage Ruth quickly befriends the children of a wealthy merchant

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Ruth Fielding of the Red Mill; Or, Jasper Parloe's Secret. Alice B. Emerson was a pseudonym used by a number of writers hired by the conglomerate Stratemeyer Syndicat to make popular kids books, especially for young girls. Classic Book Hall of Frame. These include the Beth Gordon and Ruth Fielding series.

The sound of the drumming wheels! It had roared in the ears of Ruth Fielding for hours as she sat on the comfortably upholstered seat in the last car of the afternoon Limited, the train whirling her from the West to the East, through the fertile valleys of Upper New York State. This had been a very long journey for the girl, but Ruth knew that it would soon come to an end. Cheslow was not many miles ahead now; she had searched it out upon the railroad timetable, and upon the map printed on the back of the sheet; and as the stations flew by, she had spelled their names out with her quick eyes, until dusk had fallen and she could no longer see more than the signal lamps and switch targets as the train whirled her on.

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Minnai
The Ruth Fielding Series is a 30 volume series that was published from 1913 through 1934. Three authors wrote the series under the pseudonym of Alice B. Emerson. W. Bert Foster wrote volumes 1 through 19; Elizabeth M. Duffield Ward wrote volumes 20 through 22; and Mildred A. Wirt Benson wrote volumes 23 through 30. "Ruth Fielding of the Red Mill Or, Jasper Parloe's Secret" is the first in this series. Book 2 is "Ruth Fielding at Briarwood Hall" and book 3 is "Ruth Fielding at Snow Camp".

Ruth Fielding reminds me of a cross between Anne Shirley and Nancy Drew. When we are introduced to Ruth, she is an orphan on a train traveling to Upper New York State to live with her miserly and dour great-uncle. Before she can arrive at the train station of her new hometown, the train stops because there is a large dog on the tracks with a lantern fixed to its collar. The dog leads the train engineer, a doctor(who happens to be traveling on the train) and Ruth and a few others to his injured owner. Hmm, a mystery. Who forced the young man (who was riding a bike) off the road and down the ravine?

In my opinion, Ruth resembles Anne more now, but will slowly become a teenage sleuth like Nancy. This book reads a lot like "Anne of Green Gables". Ruth struggles with fitting into her new home, coming to terms with her great-uncle, catching up with her schoolwork and meeting new friends. The mystery was not well defined, but she and her friends did solve a puzzle. Definitely worth reading.

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Hrguig
This a very good book. Unlike the books today with their bad language and inuendo etc.
Ruth Fielding of the Red Mill download epub
Literary
Author: Alice B. Emerson,1stworld Library
ISBN: 1421896095
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Literary
Language: English
Publisher: 1st World Library - Literary Society (December 1, 2007)
Pages: 180 pages