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Dangerous Days

Mary Roberts Rinehart (1876-1958)

1. 01 - Chapter I
2. 02 - Chapter II
3. 03 - Chapter III
4. 04 - Chapter IV
5. 05 - Chapter V
6. 06 - Chapter VI
7. 07 - Chapter VII
8. 08 - Chapter VIII
9. 09 - Chapter IX
10. 10 - Chapter X
11. 11 - Chapter XI
12. 12 - Chapter XII
13. 13 - Chapter XIII
14. 14 - Chapter XIV
15. 15 - Chapter XV
16. 16 - Chapter XVI
17. 17 - Chapter XVII
18. 18 - Chapter XVIII
19. 19 - Chapter XIX
20. 20 - Chapter XX
21. 21 - Chapter XXI
22. 22 - Chapter XXII
23. 23 - Chapter XXIII
24. 24 - Chapter XXIV
25. 25 - Chapter XXV
26. 26 - Chapter XXVI
27. 27 - Chapter XXVII
28. 28 - Chapter XXVIII
29. 29 - Chapter XXIX
30. 30 - Chapter XXX
31. 31 - Chapter XXXI
32. 32 - Chapter XXXII
33. 33 - Chapter XXXIII
34. 34 - Chapter XXXIV
35. 35 - Chapter XXXV
36. 36 - Chapter XXXVI
37. 37 - Chapter XXXVII
38. 38 - Chapter XXXVIII
39. 39 - Chapter XXXIX
40. 40 - Chapter XL
41. 41 - Chapter XLI
42. 42 - Chapter XLII
43. 43 - Chapter XLIII
44. 44 - Chapter XLIV
45. 45 - Chapter XLV
46. 46 - Chapter XLVI
47. 47 - Chapter XLVII
48. 48 - Chapter XLVIII
49. 49 - Chapter XLIX
50. 50 - Chapter L

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Summary

Dangerous Days opens in a still neutral America, though within a year the country will have joined the European alliance against the Central Powers in the first world war. Clayton Spencer, a successful industrialist and owner of a munitions plant, finds himself facing several problems: not only anarchism and German sabotage, but also the prospect of a deteriorating marriage, and of a son who all too often shares his mother's frivolous and essentially self-concerned point of view. How far will America's entry into the war change such views? What will it mean for Spencer, for his family, and for his business?

Reviews

Bernie

- Dangerous Days

It was very good the first time twelve months ago and it is just as good the second time round. Wonderfully narrated. A story with great insight into the human condition and just when you think it is over, another revelation and chapter is added, the story is cleverly and completely resolved.

Jude

Wonderfully read