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The Stone That Shines

by Max Brand

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WesternWhen Dick Rutherford, known as The Colonel, loses all his money betting on his own thoroughbred racehorse, he asks his fiance to wait for him while he goes West to seek another fortune. The trail for The Colonel and his companion Christy Deever is full of adventure and danger. Along the way, the pair has the good fortune to be adopted by a Mandan Indian tribe. One of their warriors believes he can conjure up thunderstorms by invoking the spirit of a medicine stone. And when The Colonel discovers that the stone that shines is a rich vein of quartz gold, he thinks hes found the answer to all his problems. But his problems are just beginning . . .*First Edition Western

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When Dick Rutherford loses all his money in a horse race, he asks his fiancee to wait for him while he heads into the Far West to seek his fortune.

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