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The Eyes of Ya Long
     

The Eyes of Ya Long

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by Harold Lamb
 
IT was at the crossroads just below Liang-chowfu, sometimes called the Western Gate, that Alfred McKinnon met the camel-man.

He was standing in the full glare of the midday sun, staring along the sandy track that is the caravan route leading to the plain of the Gobi. McKinnon was and is near-sighted; but he could hear the rusty tink-tank of camel bells

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IT was at the crossroads just below Liang-chowfu, sometimes called the Western Gate, that Alfred McKinnon met the camel-man.

He was standing in the full glare of the midday sun, staring along the sandy track that is the caravan route leading to the plain of the Gobi. McKinnon was and is near-sighted; but he could hear the rusty tink-tank of camel bells sounding from the cloud of dust that moved away from him on the trail and he knew that one of the great trade caravans was departing for Urumtsi in the Celestial Mountains across the desert, or perhaps Khotan.

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BN ID:
2940012114181
Publisher:
Wildside Press
Publication date:
01/14/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
71 KB

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