For 45 years everyone believed Rigdon Sadar's grandfather stole 27 sacks of high-grade ore from a mine. After the ore was stolen, Sadar's grandfather left for Alaska and struck it rich, which only fueled the rumors. Now Sadar has one week to clear his family's name and find the hidden ore somewhere in the abandoned shafts of the ghost mine.
16 pages matching glanced in this book
Results 1-3 of 16
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
arrow beard began bellhops Ben's Biff Biff-Biff Big Stope bulkhead cabin calaverite carbide lamps casino Charley cigar store Indian damn dark Deedee desk door Dorchester Publishing Ducray Ducray's dump eyes face feet Fire Horse Club fluorspar glanced gone guess hand head heard hell Hibernian high grade inside Jack Dempsey Jackie Rouviere Jackie's Jammer kill lamp laughed laverite leaned Liggett light Mahogany man's Marcus Besse miners Mister moved Myra night Number old-timers plank poker portal Ralston Reeves Reeves's Rigdon robbery rocks Rouviere's Sadar asked Sadar decided Sadar grinned Sadar looked Sadar nodded Sadar thought seemed shook side Sim's smiled someone sound spiling stared started stood sure Swede Sylvan Mountain Sylvanite talk Tarwater Tarwater's tell Terry and Gary thing timber told trail tried trying tunnel twenty-seven sacks U.S. dollars Vivandiere voice walked watched Windlass Bucket