He held a dime novel with his other hand, reading; but Pie-Wagon Pete kept an eye on him.
If you want that story, you can go and buy yourself a dime novel.
The dollar-and-a-half novel of to-day was the dime novel of yesterday in an avatar which left its essence unchanged.
He had a dime novel in one pocket, an English sixpence in another—And what was this?
Of course you don't believe this; it reads too much like a dime novel.
The moral standards of the dime novel are always of the highest.
When I reached this place I learned that I was wrong and that it wasn't a dime novel after all.
Why, just to contemplate it was better than reading a dime novel!
"It sounds good enough for a dime novel," answered the girl from the West.
In that remarkable group of authors who made the dime novel famous, the late Col. Prentiss Ingraham was one of the giants.