by Stewart Edward White
Publisher: ManyBooks 1908
Number of pages: 304
This novel is a rugged adventure from a time when men had to work for a living. The story of a man's fight against a river and of a struggle between honesty and grit on the one side, and dishonesty and shrewdness on the other.
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