Big Timber

by Bertrand W. Sinclair

Stella Benton, a college graduate reared in luxury, became the cook in her brother's lumber camp in the Roaring Lake Region through the self-centered ambition of Benton that took no count of others. When, at the end of her endurance, Jack Fyfe offers her a way out as his wife, she accepts, thinking anything better than her present drudgery. Here is a dramatic story that has lost nothing from Mr. Sinclair's handling. Stella, Fyfe, Benton, and the "other man" are human, live figures who are influenced--even made or broken--by the big timber around which they build their hopes.

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