THE GOLDEN SLEEVE by Agnes Danforth Hewes
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THE GOLDEN SLEEVE

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Here's another book which might fit into the same category, for it too could be suggested as a good adventure yarn for boys who want exciting westerns. Quite a departure from her customary vein of historical background adventure, such as Spice and the Devil's Cave. There is no informational side to this, simply a mysterious disappearance, a lost spring, a quarrel over water rights and a lost pocket of gold. The build-up of the story is better than the denouement. But she writes well and the interest is sustained throughout.

Pub Date: Oct. 29th, 1937
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran