The Further Adventures of Quincy Adams Sawyer and Mason's Corner Folks

The Further Adventures of Quincy Adams Sawyer and Mason's Corner Folks

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Quincy Adams Sawyer is a young attorney who one day meets a girl in the park. He is immediately smitten with her, but is summoned to the village of Mason's Corners by his father's friend Deacon Pettengill to investigate a villain lawyer before he can pursue her. Meanwhile, Mrs. Putnam, an old woman, is being swindled by this villain lawyer, Obadiah Strout. Putnam's daughter Lindy, a natural vamp, attempts to seduce Sawyer. He shows interest, until he finds out who the girl from the parc is: Alice, Pettengill's niece who has become blind since their first meeting. Despite her being visionally impaired, Sawyer falls in love with Alice and they romance each other. Meanwhile, Strout attempts to scare away Sawyer and convinces Abner Stiles, who once committed a murder, that Sawyer is in town to investigate him.
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  • Electronic book text
  • Morrisville, NC, United States
  • 0557748070
  • 9780557748075