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by | Read by Laurie Klein

Fiction • 7.25 hrs. • Unabridged • © (1915)

In the Canadian wilderness hero, Phillip Weyman, agrees to help Josephine Adare, her family, and friends against the wiles and lechery of an outlaw gang. The archaic moral code and flowery description of emotions in this 1915 novel are familiar to all those who read Victorian fiction. The reading is often exciting; however, the narrator's voice is not as successful with men's voices as she is with women's. (A female reader is a strange choice for this story.) Although one hears occasional page turning, it does not detract from the reading. James Curwood is similar to Zane Grey and thus a good choice for libraries with Western novel readers. E.F. ©AudioFile, Portland, Maine [Published: FEB 93]



Book pak • Books in Motion • 1992

CS ISBN 1556864337 $33.95 • Six cassettes

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