Dust of the Desert
by Robert Welles Ritchie
Publisher: Dodd, Mead and Co. 1922
Number of pages: 326
Full story of the Lost Mission de los Cuatros Evangelistas: how the baleful spell of its green pearls of the Virgin worked upon the fortunes of the House of O'Donoju and how the last of that house wrought expiation for the sin of a forbear through heroism and the fire of a great love.
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