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Starr of the Desert

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Author: B.M. Bower (Bertha Muzzy Sinclair)
Published: 1917
Language: English
Wordcount: 72,277 / 204 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 59.9
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 1,322
Added to site: 2004.07.03
mnybks.net#: 7840
Origin: gutenberg.org
Genres: Adventure, Western

A New Mexico ranch story of mystery, love and adventure, which has a Mexican revolt as its main theme.

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Arizona or New Mexico or Colorado! Peter knew what the doctor had in mind. Vast plains, unpeopled, pure, immutable in their calm; stars that came down at night and hung just over your head, making the darkness alive with their bright presence; a little cottage hunched against a hill, a candle winking cheerily through the window at the stars; the cries of night birds, the drone of insects, the distant howling of a coyote; far away on the boundary of your possessions, a fence of barbed wire stretching through a hollow and up over a hill; distance and quiet and calm, be it day or night. And Helen May coming through the sunlight, riding a gentle-eyed pony; Helen May with her deep-gold hair tousled in the wind, and with health dancing in her eyes that were the color of a ripe chestnut, odd contrast to her hair; Helen May with the little red spots gone from her cheek bones, and with tanned skin and freckles on her nose and a laugh on her lips, coming up at a gallop with the sun behind her, and something more;

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