Fire in the Blood: The Epic Tale of Frank Gardiner and Australia's Other Bushrangers

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FIRE IN THE
BLOOD

ROBERT MACKLIN

The epic tale of Frank Gardiner
and Australia's other bushrangers

ALLEN & UNWIN

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Table of contents

  • Fire in the Blood *
  • Contents *
  • Cast of Characters ix
  • Author's Note xvi
  • Acknowledgements xxi
  • Part I - Ghosts from the Past *
  • Chapter 1 - In for the Kill 3
  • Chapter 2 - The Boy from Boro 15
  • Chapter 3 - Westwood Ho 23
  • Chapter 4 - A Mother's Hate 29
  • Chapter 5 - South by Southwest 35
  • Chapter 6 - A Mate Indeed 42
  • Chapter 7 - Black and White 55
  • Chapter 8 - Dark Days 62
  • Chapter 9 - Rough Justice 71
  • Chapter 10 - Rough Company 81
  • Part II - Blood on the Wattle *
  • Chapter 11 - The Battle Plan 93
  • Chapter 12 - The Rush for Gold 98
  • Chapter 13 - Shot in the Heart 104
  • Chapter 14 - Rules of the Game 113
  • Chapter 15 - Prince of the Road 121
  • Chapter 16 - The Big Strike 127
  • Chapter 17 - Potty by Name 136
  • Chapter 18 - North and South 143
  • Chapter 19 - Cops and Robbers 159
  • Chapter 20 - Trapped 166
  • Chapter 21 - Trials and Tribulations 176
  • Chapter 22 - Two Verdicts 190
  • Chapter 23 - In Durance Vile 198
  • Chapter 24 - Farewell to My Lovely 205
  • Chapter 25 - All Fall Down 213
  • Chapter 26 - Dancing the Two-Step 221
  • Chapter 27 - The Last Goodbye 228
  • Chapter 28 - Freedom? 234
  • Part III - Galloping for Glory *
  • Chapter 29 - Kelly Come Lately 245
  • Chapter 30 - Go East, Young Man 253
  • Chapter 31 - Darkie 261
  • Chapter 32 - A Well-Laid Plan 274
  • Chapter 33 - The Faro Kid 279
  • Chapter 34 - Sweet Felina 286
  • Chapter 35 - Gallop for Glory 291
  • Chapter 36 - The End and the Beginning 300
  • Epilogue 304
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