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Under Handicap

A Novel

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Author: Jackson Gregory
Published: 1914
Language: English
Wordcount: 89,893 / 255 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 82.9
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 976
Added to site: 2006.03.15 13025
Genre: Western

Here is a story which is a strong picture of the changing of a western desert into a land of usefulness, by irrigation. The story has a pleasing romance, yet exciting at times, with adventures of more than one kind. Every reader of "The Outlaw" will want this book.

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to him to spread over everything.

"I say, Greek," Roger was insisting, sufficiently interested to sit up straight, his cigarette dangling from his lip, "that little country girl, dressed like a wild Indian, is pretty enough to be the belle of the season! What do you think?"

Conniston laughed carelessly.

"You're an impressionable young thing, Hapgood."

"Am I?" grunted Roger. "Just the same, I know a fine-looking woman when I clap my bright eyes on her. And I'd like to camp on her trail as long as the sun shines! Say"--his voice half losing its eternal drawl--"who do you suppose she is? Her old man might own about a million acres of this God-forsaken country. If she goes on through to 'Frisco--"

"You wouldn't be strong for stopping off out here?" the fat man put in genially. Hapgood shuddered.

And to Greek Conniston there came a sudden inspiration.

"Anyway," Roger Hapgood went on in his customary drawl, "I'm going to find out. It's little Roger to learn somethin



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