The Winning of Barbara Worth

The Winning of Barbara Worth

By

0
(0 Reviews)
The Winning of Barbara Worth by Harold Bell Wright

Published:

1911

Pages:

367

Downloads:

1,622

Share This

The Winning of Barbara Worth

By

0
(0 Reviews)
An historical novel set in the Imperial Valley of southeastern California, full of action, big incidents, and the Spirit of the West.

Book Excerpt

he canteen and drank long and deep. When he had wiped his mouth with the back of his hairy hand and had returned the canteen to its place, he faced his companion--his blue eyes twinkling with positive approval. Scratching his head meditatively, he said: "An' all because av me wantin' to enjoy the blessin's an' advantages av civilization agin afther three long months in that danged gradin' camp, as is the right av ivery healthy man wid his pay in his pocket."

The teamster laughed softly. "You was sure enjoyin' of it a-plenty."

The other looked at him with quickened interest. "Ye was there?" he asked.

"Some," was the laconic reply.

The Irishman scratched his head again with a puzzled air. "I disremimber entire. Was there some throuble maybe?"

The other grinned. "Things was movin' a few."

Patrick Mooney nodded his head. "Uh-huh: mostly they do under thim circumstances. Av course there'd be a policeman, or maybe two?"

"Five," said the man with the lines, gently.

"Five! Howly Mither! I did

More books by Harold Bell Wright

(view all)
Sari Gilbert - An Intriguing Story Set in 1980 in Italy
FEATURED AUTHOR - Sari Gilbert fell in love with Italy at a tender age and has been living in Rome since the 1970s when she moved there to complete her graduate studies in International Relations – she has both an M.A. and a Ph.D - and then found work there as a reporter and foreign correspondent.