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The Heart of Unaga

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Author: Ridgwell Cullum (Sidney Groves Burghard)
Published: 1920
Language: English
Wordcount: 130,311 / 368 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 81.3
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 1,486
Added to site: 2007.12.01
mnybks.net#: 19207
Origin: gutenberg.org

A western crime/lost-race story, set in the Canadian Northwest, featuring Inspector Allenwood of the RCMP.

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etation of the trouble he had seen in the man's grey eyes. He was entirely wrong.

Steve had heard the approaching wagon, and he knew that his wife and the other folk were returning from the dance. But almost at the same instant he had detected the sound of horses' hoofs in an opposite direction. It was in the direction of his home. Julyman had missed the latter in his absorbed interest in the return of these folk from Deadwater.

Steve reached the log home in the bluff at the same moment as a horseman reined up at his door. The man in the saddle leant over, peering into the face of the Inspector. The darkness left him uncertain.

"Deadwater post?" he demanded abruptly.

Steve had recognized the man's outfit. The brown tunic and side-arms, the prairie hat, and the glimpse of a broad yellow stripe on the side of the riding breeches just where the man's leather chapps terminated on his hips. These things were all sufficient.

"Sure."

"Inspector Allenwood, sir?"

The ma

Reader Reviews

Average Rating of 4 from 1 reviews: ****
2008.03.17
Roy
****.

A good read. The language was somtimes hard to understand, when the Native American women was talking. It was full of crime, action, adventure and romance, and it has a happy ending.


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