The Blue Goose

by Frank Lewis Nason

This novel is an extremely interesting and graphic picture of the methods by which mines, minters, and min owners are worked in turn. Pierre, the strenuous villain, Firmstone, Harwell, all bear the hall-marks of genuineness. After the fashion of Harte, Mr. Nason displays a predilection for the very youthful heroine, possessing beauty, virtue, and diablerie enough for the making of a half-dozen normal women; a type which captivates but does not convince.

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