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The Wedge Of Gold

Auhtor: C Goodwin

Language: english

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Review by Daniel G. Lebryk, November 2009


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'The Wedge Of Gold':

Finding his way out of this maze was only half the job.

Excerpts from the Book 'The Wedge Of Gold':


... of Gold CHAPTER IX. HOW MINERS ARE CAUGHT. Browning and Sedgwick had been in England two weeks. The question of the marriage of Browning ...
... to be pompous, in a peculiarly English tone said: Possibly, you know, our young American friend would like to mount him. Sedgwick affected ...
... And sometimes I think he is not much of a man, either, said Jack. Don't you dare to slander him, said Rose. I know him better than he ...
... point. He told me all the truth at last. He received but L2,000 for the mine, and he does not believe that a share of it was ever sold to any ...
... low spirited. Make life happy for Rose, and-he halted a moment-for Grace. The dinner was not a happy one that day. A cloud was on the Hamlin ...
... myself, said he. I do not know, replied his friend, but I suspect, Tom, it is the culmination of something which has for a thousand years ...
... feet, war less thoughtful, less wise, less merciful when he created man in His own sublime image? Ther chemist found this property in clay after ...
... Finally, though, the last summit was crossed, and after a heavy descent, there spread out another valley, and on a ridge beyond, from the mountain side, ...
... It would have to come first, and might return soon, or might lie in port fifteen or twenty days. So, talking the matter over with Jordan, both concluded ...
... Grace. Some one who would have made her his wife and worshiped her has gone, and she is miserable, said Sedgwick. What makes you ...
... to obtain his money from the old men until his return, explaining that he had made his arrangements in America, and was then going to see that ...
... a troubled sleep. The surgeon had been giving the patient some powerful medicine, and told Sedgwick it might make him flighty, but not to permit that ...
... will there be any danger to him if some one very dear to him shall be sitting by his couch? None at all, was the answer. That is the medicine ...
... by those in control. And so, said Browning, when we get to the surface our little money will not buy enough stock to make it any object. ...
... was frantic in a moment, and suddenly drew his revolver. I caught the barrel and turned it up just as he fired, then took it from him, handed it to ...
... recommend Jack to settle that way. And where could we meet Jack? asked Jenvie. I do not know, said Grace, nor is it necessary. I think ...
... from the dead. There is exceeding joy, but mingled with it is much of the damp and chill of the tomb. Indeed, going home after a long absence ...
... nights and worrying the old father, until finally he ran away. Photographing you, Jack, whispered Sedgwick. When he came to the part where the ...
... cabbie. Do you know of any Englishmen who are in a hurry to be carried there? said Sedgwick. O, no, said cabbie, the best of them are ...
... and blood to keep one in mind that while she is divine, she is still a woman, said Jack. Only base metal enough to hold the precious metal ...