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A Man To His Mate

Auhtor: J Allan Dunn

Language: english
Published: 1920

Genres:

nautical,  fiction and literature
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Review by Timothy B. Riley, May 2009


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Man To His Mate':

... quick shift of his glance, but went on sitting at the table, the gold in one palm, the fingers of his other hand resting on the grains. Jim Lund. ...
... But they would not suspect foul play at first. He had no immediate family. His landlady lodged other newspapermen, and was used to their vagaries. ...
... could not resist the shot. He had gathered that the doctor resented Lund. Carlsen's eyes narrowed. Lund will be taken care of, he said, and, ...
... what your real game is. Rainey asked himself as he affected to watch the play. According to his own announcement Carlsen was deliberately neglecting ...
... Hansen to steer fine. He gave each competitor a limit of ten seconds for his aim, contributing an element of chance that made the contest a sporting ...
... death clutch had twined itself into Rainey's oilskins, though the lad was limp, and his face, seen through the watery film that streamed over it, ...
... Sandy. You're smarter than I thought you were. Sure of all this.. I ain't much to look at, sir, but I ain't had to buck my own way without gittin' ...
... to the limit.. Lund brought down his hand with a mighty swing, and caught at Rainey's in mid-air, gripping it till Rainey bit his lips to repress a ...
... a bit shortly. Ah. the giant ejaculated softly. You haven't. Wal, mebbe it's jest as well.. Rainey took that last remark up on deck and pondered ...
... she said scornfully. What can he do. And he accused my father of deserting him. I-. A knock came at the door, and it started to open. Carlsen ...
... the lookout as much as the man at the wheel, the common seaman, the navigator. And, when a ship is engaged in a certain calling, those who are ...
... of a gal, but she's game. An' good-lookin' eh, Rainey.. He shot a keen glance at the newspaperman. You're in her bad hooks, too, ain't ye. We'll ...
... She'll see that after a bit, mebbe.. Rainey glanced at him curiously. He was getting fresh lights on Lund. Then the girl appeared, pale, composed, ...
... of his flesh gleaming through the tatters, streaked with blood. Save for his eyes, his face was no longer human, only a mass of flayed flesh and clotted ...
... a dog, you'd probably fetch him a wallop. But you don't think ennything of scarin' the life out of a half-baked kid an' markin' up his hide like a patchwork ...
... never done that. she asked. Not satisfactorily. I suppose that genius burns in a garret, but I don't imagine myself a genius and I don't ...
... Tamada's story held the elements of truth. Even Lund nodded in reserved affirmation. Also I ship on Karluk as cook because of perhaps trouble if ...
... melted ice to provide water for the cradles and flumes, and help to cook the meals that Tamada prepared out-of-doors for the workers. Buckets of coffee, ...
... Me good man as you enny day.. Lund's face turned dark with a burst of rage that exploded in voice and action. You think I need my gun, do ye, ...
... Peggy. An American port. The nearest harbor. An' the nearest preacher.. THE END. . Recommended ReadingLoved this book? Other books that may ...