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Outlaw Jack

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Outlaw Jack by Harry Hazelton is a thrilling adventure story that keeps readers on the edge of their seats from start to finish. The protagonist, Jack, is a charismatic outlaw with a heart of gold, who finds himself caught up in a series of dangerous situations as he tries to outrun the law.

Hazelton's writing is fast-paced and full of action, with vivid descriptions that bring the Wild West setting to life. The dialogue is sharp and engaging, adding depth to the characters and making them feel real and relatable.

The story is filled with twists and turns that keep readers guessing until the very end. Hazelton does a great job of building suspense and tension, making it difficult to put the book down once you start reading.

Overall, Outlaw Jack is a gripping and entertaining read that will appeal to fans of Westerns and adventure stories. Harry Hazelton has crafted a well-rounded protagonist and a compelling storyline that will keep readers hooked until the very last page.

Book Description:
1850 - A year before, the Californian "gold-fever" broke out, a party of emigrants, numbering nearly one hundred under the command of Caleb Mitchell, felt fairly secure as they traveled the hard trail to find gold. However, security is marred by a sad accident in Mitchell's family early on. The quest for Gold can be complicated and dangerous, especially when it involves Outlaws! Can dreams prevail, or what and how much will be lost in this Western Outlaw tale?

Note: The author of this book is Joseph Edward Badger, who also wrote under the pseudonym Harry Hazard.
Transcriber's Note: "There is no CHAPTER X heading in original text". The chapter number skips from chapter 9 to chapter 11. No chapters have been omitted from this recording.

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