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Triple Spies

Roy J. Snell

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Other nights, they had taken turns watching to protect them from prowling wolves, but this night no one could long withstand the numbing cold of the blizzard. So he watched and half slept. Now he caught the rising howl of the wind, and now felt its lull as the deer skins sagged. But what was this? Was there a different note, a howl that was not of the wind?

Shaking himself into entire wakefulness, Johnny sat bolt upright and listened intently. Yes, there it was again. A wolf beyond doubt, as yet some distance away, but coming toward them with the wind.

A wolf, a single one, was not all menace. If he could be shot before his fangs tore at the flesh of a reindeer, there would be gain. He would be food, and at the present moment there was no food. The Jap girl did not know it, but Johnny did. Not a fish, not a hunk of venison, not a pilot biscuit was on their sled. They would soon be reduced to the necessity of killing and eating one of their deer, unless, . . . Read More

Community Reviews

I really enjoyed this adventure from 1920. World War I is going stong. Johnny Thompson, an American stuck in Russia is trying to get back to the states. He is attacked by a Russian. He seeks help from an Eskimo. He is befriended by a young Japanese woman. The American, the Eskimo, and the Japanese w