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Ronicky Doone's Treasure

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Author: Max Brand (Frederick Schiller Faust)
Published: 1922
Language: English
Wordcount: 60,962 / 165 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 77.7
LoC Category: PS
Series: Ronicky Doone
Downloads: 3,338
Added to site: 2006.09.10
mnybks.net#: 14678
Genre: Western
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to the opening came Baldy and he peered in, though he remained at a distance of five or six paces. Ronicky Doone poised his gun, delayed the shot, and then frowned in wonder. Baldy had turned and was sauntering slowly back toward his companions.

"Nothing there," he said to the chief, as he approached.

Ronicky hardly believed his ears, but a moment of thought explained the mystery. It was pitch dark behind that screening wall, and the darkness was rendered doubly thick by Baldy's probable conviction that there must be nothing to see behind the fallen roof section. He had come there prepared to find nothing, and he had found the sum of his expectations and no more.

"Sure there ain't?" and Jack Moon nodded. "Which don't mean that you wasn't a fool to light a fire and give somebody a light to shoot you by in case they was somebody lying around. Now, into the saddle both of you. We got a hard ride ahead."

"Something big on hand?" asked Marty Lang.

"There's a lesson for yaller-liv

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