Daughter of the Sun a Tale of Adventure (Classic Reprint)

Daughter of the Sun a Tale of Adventure (Classic Reprint)

by Jackson Gregory
     
 

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Jim Kendric had arrived and the border town knew it well. All who knew the man foresaw that he would come with a rush, tarry briefly for a bit of wild joy and leave with a rush for the Lord knew where and the Lord knew why. For such was ever the way of Jim Kendric.

A letter at the postoffice had been the means

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Excerpt from Daughter of the Sun a Tale of Adventure

Jim Kendric had arrived and the border town knew it well. All who knew the man foresaw that he would come with a rush, tarry briefly for a bit of wild joy and leave with a rush for the Lord knew where and the Lord knew why. For such was ever the way of Jim Kendric.

A letter at the postoffice had been the means of advising the entire community of the coming of Kendric. The letter was from Bruce West, down in Lower California, and scrawled across the flap were instructions to the postmaster to hold it for Jim Kendric who would arrive within a couple of weeks. Furthermore the word urgent was not to be overlooked.

Among the men drawn together in hourly expectation of the arrival of Kendric, one remarked thoughtfully:

"Jim's Mex friend is in town."

"Ruiz Rios?" someone asked, a man from the outside.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781451010206
Publisher:
FB &c Ltd
Publication date:
06/15/2015
Pages:
292
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.61(d)

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