The Voodoo Gold Trail
by Walter Walden
Publisher: Small, Maynard & Company 1922
It was on a tropic sea, and night, that I heard a little scrap of a tale that had in it that which was destined to preserve my life. The waning moon had not yet risen; the stars were all out, the Milky Way more than commonly near. The schooner's sails were barely drawing, and flapped idly at times.
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