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This book contains several tables of HTML content to make reading easier. The novels are sorted alphabetically by the authors. Content:The Log of a Cowboy by Andy AdamsThe Bridge of the Gods by Frederic Homer BalchThe Lure of the Dim Trails by B.M. BowerHidden Water by Dane CoolidgeThe Last of the Mohicans by James Fenimore CooperThe Prairie by James Fenimore CooperSalomy Jane by Bret HarteAstoria by Washington IrvingThe road to Frontenac by Samuel MerwinThat Girl Montana by Marah Ellis Ryan
The author takes her characters to the wilds of Idaho, in the land of the Kootenais, where the reader is made acquainted with people who win admiration for their honest, sincerity, and the whole-souled generosity of their natures. Montana is a typical wild-flower of the west, nurtured among the confines of her beloved hills.
Combining thrills of Mexican-American border life, German-Mexican plots, the adventures of a cowpuncher-miner and the happy termination of his quest for love and wealth, this tale holds the reader's attention from beginning to end.
The Druid Path is romance and more. It is a heart history of Ireland from the shadowy days of druidcraft, told in a series of six magical tales of warm heartbeats, legend worship, strong loves and fierce hates. In its wealth of tragedy and romance and strange adventure are interwoven the legend, the myth, the mystery and the son& of an ancient people. All lovers of the Shamrock will find unusual delight in this absorbing book.
pubOne.info thank you for your continued support and wish to present you this new edition. That girl the murderer of a man - of Lee Holly! That pretty little girl? Bosh! I don't believe it. I did not say she killed him; I said she was suspected. And even though she was cleared, the death of that renegade adds one more to the mysteries of our new West. But I think the mere suspicion that she did it entitles her to a medal, or an ovation of some sort.