White wrote Wild Geese Calling, one of my all-time favorites.
Blazed Trail starts fine, but in the second half becomes overly melodramatic and slides into worship of the "strong man" who is saved by love at the last minute. Gets plenty of help from his friends, as well.
Plenty of interest for the lumberjack, though, so still worth a look.
A strange and strangely-written late-Victorian mystery that kept me reading despite flaws in premise, plot and motivation.
This gal can write. Her stories, pubbed in 1919, are about the English and others in southern Africa, presumably before WW I.
More concerned with middle and upper-class society than adventures in the bush, she still gives life to the natural settings.
Old-fashioned, idealistic lumberjack adventure where men are men and women kinda like it that way. Well written with believable characters.