A White Man's Chance

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Wildside Press LLC, Nov 1, 2007 - Fiction - 320 pages
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From the creator of Zorro, Johnston McCulley, come A White Man's Chance, a western novel starring the dashing hero "Don Jose," set south of the border, in Mexico. A White Man's Chance originally appeared in Munsey's Magazine. It was filmed in 1919. The text of this facsimile edition is taken from the 1926 G. Howard Watt hardcover first edition.
 

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Contents

CHAPTEB PAGE I A Stranger of Spirit
11
A Lady of Beauty
23
Servant to an Angel
33
A Maker of Enemies
40
Valentino Gossips
54
At the Hacienda
64
Some Day Hell Bust
75
A Battle in the Dark
84
A Bargain is Made
179
How Two Rogues Kept Faith
193
Blasts of Hatred
202
Don Jose Buys Information
218
Don Jose Refuses to Talk
226
A Ghost Walks
235
Advice Received and Given
243
In Deadly Peril
254

Accused of Crime
96
Master of the Town
110
Don Jose Gets a Rose
123
An Unavailing Siege
133
Xni Events of the Night
145
A Terrible Siesta Hour
159
Don Jose Tells a Story
170
Warned Too Late
263
A Divided Pursuit
270
Unexpected Aid
279
A Woman Commands
288
Love Confessed
299
Don Jose Busts
308
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