Daughter of the Sun: A Tale of Adventure

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The Floating Press, Nov 1, 2012 - Fiction - 286 pages
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Roiling conflict, budding romance, and rip-roaring adventure all collide in Jackson Gregory's classic novel The Daughter of the Sun. Renowned rabble-rouser Jim Kendric is making his way back to town, and the entire community -- including one widely coveted young woman -- is bracing itself for the impact of his arrival.
 

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Contents

Chapter I In Which a Young American Known as Headlong Plays at Dice with One in Mans Clothing Who is Not a Man
6
Chapter II In Which a Spell is Worked and an Expedition is Begun
26
Chapter III Of the New Moon a Tale of Aztec Treasure and a Mystery
42
Chapter IV Indicating that that Which Appears the Earthly Paradise May Prove Quite Another Sort of Place
55
Chapter V How One Not Accustomed to Taking Another Mans Orders Receives the Command of the Queen Lady
65
Chapter VI Concerning that Which Lay in the Eyes of Zoraida
74
Chapter VII Of a Girl Held for Ransom and of a Toast Drunk by One Infatuated
88
Chapter VIII How a Man May Carry a Message and Not Know Himself to Be a Messenger
99
Chapter XIII Concerning Womans Wiles and Witchery
164
Chapter XIV Concerning a Difficult Situation Recklessly Invited
181
Chapter XV Of the Ancient Gardens of the Golden Tezcucan
191
Chapter XVI How Two in the Labyrinth of Mirrors Watched Distant Happenings
207
Chapter XVII How One Who Has Ever Commanded Must Learn to Obey
221
Chapter XVIII Of Flight Pursuit and a Lair in the Cliffs
232
Chapter XIX How One Who Hides and Watches May Be Watched by One Hidden
244
Chapter XX In Which a Rock Moves a Discovery is Made and More than One Avenue is Opened
252

Chapter IX Which Begins with a Little Song and Ends with Trouble Between Friends
111
Chapter X In Which a Man Keeps His Word and Zoraida Dares and Laughs
126
Chapter XI In Which there is More than One Lie Told and the Truth is Glimpsed
139
Chapter XII In Which an Overture is Made an Answer is Postponed and a Door is Locked
156
Chapter XXI How One Returns Unwillingly Whither He Would Willingly Enter by Another Door
268
Chapter XXII Regarding a Necklace of Pearls and Certain Plans of Two Who Were Meant to Be One
276
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