This work is a frontispiece by Charles E. Chambers. Kathleen Norris was a writer of romantic novels and short stories that had enormous appeal, particularly to women. It has a favourite theme that involved virtuous women grappling with moral issues, for instance, affairs with married men. Her writings were labelled as sentimental and honest. The book begins: The day had opened so brightly, in such welcome wave of April sunshine, that by mid-afternoon there were two hundred players scattered over the links of the Long Island Country Club at Belvedere Bay; the men in thick plaid stockings and loose striped sweaters, the women's scarlet coats and white skirts making splashes of vivid colour against the fresh green of grass and the thick powdering of dandelions. It was Saturday, and a half-holiday; it was that one day of all the year when the seasons change places, when winter is visibly worsted, and summer, with warmth and relaxation, bathing and tennis and motor trips in the moonlight, becomes again a reality. Also see other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.