by Bertrand W. Sinclair
Publisher: ManyBooks 1907
Number of pages: 161
The Canadian border furnishes the scene of this tale of Wild West life--primitive, exhilarating, spiced with dangers. Particularly is it a delineation of the character of the Northwest mounted police, sent by the English government to keep order 'in a territory that was a city of refuge for tough people who had played their string out south of the line'.
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If you would test the soul of a friend, take him into the wilderness and rub elbows with him for five months. Either you will hate each other forever afterwards, or you will be close, unquestioning friends to the end of your days...
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