|The Red Signal
|J. B. Lippincott Company
|adventure, fiction, romance, World War I
Spies were planning to blow up the bridge—across which young engineer Dan Stevens would be carrying top-secret cargo on the number five freight. He had once saved Hilda's life, and now she would risk that life in a heroic battle to save him from certain death in a dangerous plot of intrigue. [Suggest a different description.]
Author Bio for Hill, Grace Livingston
Grace Livingston Hill (1865-1947) was the daughter of a clergyman. Writing novels was considered an acceptable way for a woman to earn money, so at the age of twenty-two she wrote her first novel, A Chautauqua Idyl and continued to write after her marriage to a clergyman—mostly short stories; articles for magazines; and Sunday School lessons. Novels became her focus after she was widowed. The original target audience was those of the Christian faith, however her later writings were aimed wider afield. She wrote prolifically under both her own name and using the pseudonym Marcia MacDonald.
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