True Love: A Story of English Domestic Life

Read by Jim Locke

The author is aware that she is entering a field which has been diligently cultivated by the best minds in Europe and America. Her design in the preparation of this story is to give to the public a sketch of her ideas on the effect of “true love.” I have tried to make the plot exciting without being sensational or common, although within the bounds of proper romance, and create a set of characters most of whom are like real people with whose thoughts and passions we are able to sympathize and whose language and conduct may be appreciable or reprehensible according to circumstances. Great pains have been taken to make this work superior in its arrangement and finish and in the general tastefulness of its mechanical execution. How nearly the author has accomplished her purpose to give to the public in one volume a clear and complete treatise on this subject, combining many fine qualities of importance to the reader, the intelligent and experienced public must decide. (Summary by author) (2 hr 55 min)


Mrs. Brewster's Daughters 24:07 Read by Jim Locke
The Residence of Charles Taylor 13:49 Read by Jim Locke
Charles Taylor Receives a Message 17:12 Read by Jim Locke
An Unexpected Death 11:55 Read by Jim Locke
Charles Taylor's Regrets 17:59 Read by Jim Locke
Dr. Brown Explains to Charles 20:09 Read by Jim Locke
John Smith's Dinner Party 20:20 Read by Jim Locke
George Taylor Gives a Party 19:43 Read by Jim Locke
Charles Receives Another Stroke 15:29 Read by Jim Locke
A Peaceful Hour 14:18 Read by Jim Locke