5 edition of The Golden Snare (Large Print Edition) found in the catalog.
February 8, 2006
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||138|
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Hardcover. Condition: Good. First Edition. Dark green covers with gold title front and spine and golden "snare" rope design. Well made in and so this book holds up well today. Pencil markings and some notes from previous owner, shadow on p. 78 from an old envelope laid in. Seller Inventory # THE GOLDEN SNARE.
JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD. AUTHOR OF KAZAN, THE DANGER TRAIL, THE COURAGE OF MARGE O'DOONE, THE GRIZZLY KING, ETC. JTABLE 10 26 1. THE GOLDEN SNARE. CHAPTER I. Bram Johnson was an unusual man, even for the northland.4/5(1).
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The Golden Snare James Oliver CURWOOD ( - ) With but two years of service in the RNMP Philip Raine finds himself somewhat unwillingly on the trail of Bram Johnson, wanted for murder and a wild, untamed and savage man who commands a pack of wolves as his brethren.
Directed by David Hartford. With Lewis Stone, Wallace Beery, Melbourne MacDowell, Ruth Renick. Sgt. Philip Raine of the Royal Northwest Mounted Police is sent to the mountains to capture killer Bram Johnson.
Raine encounters a dying Frenchman--whom he believes to be Johnson--who gives him a tiny baby and a rabbit snare made of golden hair. The Golden Snare | This early work by James Oliver Curwood was originally published in and we are now republishing it with a brand new introductory biography.
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