Skyrider

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The Floating Press, Nov 1, 2012 - Fiction - 228 pages
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What do hard-living cowboys and daredevil airplane pilots have in common? According to B.M. Bower's Skyrider, these groups share an inborn craving for adventure that sets them apart from the rest of the world. Johnny Jewel, a cowhand given to daydreaming, is determined to pursue his hope of becoming a pilot at all costs.
 

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Contents

Chapter One A Poet Without Honor
4
Chapter Two One Fight Two Quarrels and a Riddle
15
Chapter Three Johnny Goes Gaily Enough to Sinkhole
27
Chapter Four A Thing that Sets Like a Hawk
37
Chapter Five Desert Glimpses
47
Chapter Six Salvage
60
Chapter Seven Finder Keeper
67
Chapter Eight Over the Telephone
77
Chapter Fourteen Johnny Would Serve Two Masters
131
Chapter Fifteen The Fire that Made the Smoke
142
Chapter Sixteen Lets Go
153
Chapter Seventeen A Rider of the Sky
163
Chapter Eighteen Flying Comes High
174
Chapter Nineteen We Fly South
185
Chapter Twenty Men Are Stupid
194
Chapter TwentyOne Mary V Will Not Be Bluffed
202

Chapter Nine A Midnight Ride
88
Chapter Ten Signs and No One to Read Them
98
Chapter Eleven Thieves Ride Boldly
107
Chapter Twelve Johnnys Amazing Run of Luck Still Holds its Pace
115
Chapter Thirteen Mary V Confronts Johnny
123
Chapter TwentyTwo Luck Turns Traitor
213
Chapter TwentyThree Dreams and Darkness
223
Chapter TwentyFour Johnnys Dilemma
233
Chapter TwentyFive Skyrider has Flew
241
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