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The Patrol of the Sun Dance Trail

Ralph Connor

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .That's sensible," said the Inspector, moving toward him. "You will get full justice. Come along!"

"I go see my boy. My boy sick." His voice became low, soft, almost tremulous.

"Certainly," said Cameron. "Go in and see the lad. And we will see that you get fair play."

"Good!" said the Indian, and, turning on his heel, he passed into the teepee where his boy lay.

Through the teepee wall their voices could be heard in quiet conversation. In a few minutes the old squaw passed out on an errand and then in again, eying the Inspector as she passed with malevolent hate. Again she passed out, this time bowed down under a load of blankets and articles of Indian household furniture, and returned no more. Still the conversation within the teepee continued, the boy's voice now and again rising high, clear, the other replying in low, even, deep tones.

"I will just get my horse, Inspector," said Cameron, making his way through the. . . Read More

Community Reviews

This book documents that every trope and stereotype of the Western Genre were firmly in place as of 1914, when this volume was published. I am sure that Zane Grey was an inspiration for this much inferior author, and that Louis Lamour kept a copy always at hand as a source book and inspiration.