Desert Gold: A Romance of the Border

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DESERT GOLD
A ROMANCE OF THE BORDER

BY ZANE GREY

AUTHOR OF RIDERS OF THE PURPLE SAGE, WILDFIRE, ETC., ETC.

ILLUSTRATED BY DOUGLAS DUER and with SCENES FROM THE PHOTO PLAY PRODUCED BY ZANE GREY'S OWN COMPANY

GROSSET & DUNLAP PUBLISHERS NEW YORK

Published by Arrangement with Harper & Brothers

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents vii
  • Prologue 1
  • Old Friends 23
  • II - Mercedes CastaÑeda 34
  • III - A Flight into the Desert 47
  • IV - Forlorn River 61
  • V - A Desert Rose 81
  • VI - The Yaqui 96
  • VII - White Horses 114
  • VIII - The Running of Blanco Sol 130
  • IX - An Interrupted Siesta 145
  • X - Rojas 153
  • XI - Across Cactus and Lava 180
  • XII - The Crater of Hell 200
  • XIII - Changes at Forlorn River 224
  • XIV - A Lost Son 233
  • XV - Bound in the Desert 247
  • XVI - Mountain Sheep 263
  • XVII - The Whistle of A Horse 282
  • XVIII - Reality Against Dreams 297
  • XIX - The Secret of Forlorn River 314
  • XX - Desert Gold 323
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