by J. Allan Dunn
Publisher: Doubleday, Page & Company 1921
Number of pages: 293
The usual ingredients of the Western story: three Arizona cowboys, gold mines, bad men, and a beautiful girl. The two men followed the dog across the flats, through mesquite, through scattered greasewood, mounting gradually through chaparral...
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by J. Allan Dunn - Sacred Texts
Our two heros stumbling on a trail of evidence leading to a mystical city deep in the Amazon, a shard of the lost continent where everyone speaks Ancient Greek, but live like Minoans, with a separate woman-only city devoted to worshipping a goddess.
by J. Allan Dunn - The Frank A. Munsey Company
It was perfect weather along the San Francisco water-front, and Rainey reacted to the brisk touch of the trade-wind upon his cheek, the breeze tempering the sun, bringing with it a tang of the open sea and a hint of Oriental spices from the wharves.
by J. Allan Dunn - A. M. Robertson
Metropolitan as it is, San Francisco is still an outpost on the frontier line of the Grand Army of Progress, with its citizens of today as redblooded , as full of the joy of living and the triumph of achieving as their forebears and forerunners ...
by J. Allan Dunn - Doubleday, Page & company
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 ...