The Four Canadian Highwaymen
Kessinger Publishing, 01.06.2004 - 124 Seiten
Roland hesitated. The fellow seemed to speak the truth; therefore what had he to fear with respect to his personal safety. He had some money and a watch; this the highwayman could have had now for the asking. Yet these men bore the reputes of atrocious criminals to whom every sort of lawlessness was familiar. However, he need not compromise himself by taking part in their enterprises. The main thing was the chief of the band had offered him an asylum; and as a last resort, if the place became intolerable he could flee from it.
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A novel based on factual accounts that transpired during the 1840s in Canada. The opening chapter feels like a it's going to be a romantic tale between Roland and his dream woman, Aster. Roland is an ... Vollständige Rezension lesen