1910. With illustrations by C.M Relyea and John Jackson. In this novel Richmond writes about R.P. Burns, whose fiery hairy (not to mention a similar temper), earned him the nickname of Red Pepper among his friends. He was a country doctor of the old school-one of those whole-souled enthusiasts who would rather relieve some neighbor's suffering than eat his own dinner. And Mrs. Richmond, who has clearly studied her hero from life, makes a highly lovable personality out of this impetuous, brilliant, powerful, high-minded young doctor. This romance with Ellen Lessing, makes a delightfully interesting and wholesome story which ends with wedding bells gaily ringing as it needs must end. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.