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The Dragon and the Pearl

by Barbara Cartland

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Stanton Ware pondered the person who would be chosen as his companion on this dangerous mission to Peking. Undoubtedly it would be a man who was used to spy out the secrets of rivals. Certainly he would be a brave and patriotic companion.

The door opened. Stanton almost betrayed him-self by uttering an exclamation.

For, it was not a man who had entered the room, but undoubtedly the most beautiful girl he had ever seen in his life! She was the exotic Zinvana.
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