The Race of Life
by Guy Boothby
Publisher: F. M. Buckles and Company 1906
Number of pages: 162
It was nearly nightfall when that melancholy little party made their appearance at the head station. Dick, with great foresight, had sent the ration cart out some miles to meet them, so that my mother was spared the pain of seeing the body of her husband brought in upon his horse...
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