The Country Beyond: A Romance of the Wilderness James Oliver Curwood

ISBN: 9781589634343

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The Country Beyond: A Romance of the Wilderness  by  James Oliver Curwood

The Country Beyond: A Romance of the Wilderness by James Oliver Curwood
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A tale of the frozen nothingness of the Canadian Northwest and of the Royal Mounted Police- a man whose greatest crime was in befriending a band of starving Indians is branded a criminal. Roger Mckay, outlaw and the girl from the corner of hellMoreA tale of the frozen nothingness of the Canadian Northwest and of the Royal Mounted Police- a man whose greatest crime was in befriending a band of starving Indians is branded a criminal. Roger Mckay, outlaw and the girl from the corner of hell led the Royal Mounted on a grueling chase through the North Country -because he believed she was a murderer.

The Mountie is drawn, samurai-like, between his duty to the Crown, and his humanity toward anyone, outlaw or not, who is at base a good man. Not far from the rugged and storm-whipped north shore of Lake Superior, and south of the Kaministiqua, yet not as far south as the Rainy River waterway, there lay a paradise lost in the heart of wilderness world -and in that paradise a little corner of hell.The Country Beyond was a 1926 movie, starring Prince, the Great Dane of 20th century Fox studios, who claimed him to be the highest-priced canine villain in screendom.Today most Americans are unfamiliar with Canadas grand history, but in Curwoods heyday American children were as apt to play at being red-coated Mounties as they were at being cowboys.



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