JAPAN: Madame O-Yuki

He was a scion of a wealthy U.S. family —a young Yaleman, adept at billiards, girdling the globe in search of a cure for a broken heart. She was a second-class geisha in old Kyoto. But from the moment he first spied her picture outside the Ono-Tei teahouse, George D. Morgan (son of J. P. Sr.'s sister Sarah and a distant cousin, George Hale Morgan) thought more & more of fragile, fragrant O-Yuki and less & less of a frosty Miss Meta Mackay, who had broken her engagement to him back in the...

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