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Frontier Boys on the Coast

or in the Pirate's Power

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Author: Wyn Roosevelt
Published: 1909
Language: English
Wordcount: 49,207 / 144 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 78
LoC Category: PZ
Series: Frontier Boys
Downloads: 1,785
Added to site: 2008.05.15
mnybks.net#: 20899
Origin: gutenberg.org

Life among the brave Adventurers, Cowboys, and Ranchmen of the great West vividly depicted.

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held him stone still with a clutch of weird fear. He had reached the end of the narrow passage, and dimly made out a domed room in the rock, white with translucent encrustation.

He struck a match. About him, before, to the right and to the left he could see forms all of ghostly white, some crouching, others standing. Hardly had the light flared up than it sizzled out. Some drops of water falling from the roof had extinguished the blaze. Then was repeated that awful sound of distress.

Cales groped around almost in a frenzy of terror. Where was the exit from that awful room? Round and round he went, and all the time there were strange whisperings in his ears, and unseen hands seemed to clutch his clothes. Once he slipped and was trembling so that he was hardly able to get to his feet. Just as he did so, something swept past him like a breath of wind. Rendered desperate he made another dash, and this time if he had not found a passageway, he felt that he could have knocked a hole through the wall.

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