- Author:Joseph E. Badger Jr
- Publisher:Hard Press (November 3, 2006)
- Pages:162 pages
- Subcategory:Short Stories & Anthologies
- FB2 format1730 kb
- ePUB format1949 kb
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By Joseph E. Badger, Jr. Contents. The story of a broken life XIII. The lost city of the aztecs XIV. A marvellous vision XV. Astounding, yet true XVI. Can IT be true? XVII
By Joseph E. Can IT be true? XVII. An enigma for the brothers XVIII. Something like a white elephant XIX.
LibriVox recording of The Lost City by Joseph E. Badger, Jr,. Bruno and Waldo Gillespie are orphaned brothers living with the extremely eccentric Professor Phaeton Featherwit.
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By: Joseph E. Badger, Jr (1848-1909). Bruno and Waldo Gillespie are orphaned brothers living with the extremely eccentric Professor Phaeton Featherwit
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JOSEPH E. BADGER, J. 1848-1909) US writer who began contributing Dime Novels to journals like the New York Weekly and other Beadle & Adams publications from as early as 1870, mostly under his own name or as Harry Hazard; in his Young Adult Lost Race novel, The Lost City.
JOSEPH E. 1848-1909) US writer who began contributing Dime Novels to journals like the New York Weekly and other Beadle & Adams publications from as early as 1870, mostly under his own name or as Harry Hazard; in his Young Adult Lost Race novel, The Lost City (1898), Read Book Download.
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Visit us online at ww. stWorldLibrary. ORG - - I say, professor? "Very well, Waldo; proceed. Wonder if this isn't a portion of the glorious climate, broken loose from its native California, and drifting up this way on a lark?" "If so, said lark must be roasted to a turn," declared the third (and last) member of that little party, drawing a curved fore-finger across his forehead, then flirting aside sundry drops of moisture
Joseph Badger was a hard living, hard writing author who contributed many tales to. .
Joseph Badger was a hard living, hard writing author who contributed many tales to the world and had quite a following. Much better than you would expect for this sort of thing. I read it because I was unable to find a better book at the cottage, and found I really enjoyed it.