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Dead Man's Gold by J. Allan Dunn

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Dead Man's Gold
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Publisher: Doubleday, Page & company
Number of pages: 265

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There was Wat Lyman, whose white beard fanned wide and low across his faded blue shirt and whose time and weather-beaten face, like a carving in mahogany, was seamed like the payrock he had spent his life in seeking - Wat Lyman, prospector, and the only miner Of the four of them, a giant whose eyes were a little dim and whose muscles were a little lacking in fibrin, but whose word was his bond and whose courage never faltered.

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