The Golden Snare (Paperback)

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The Golden Snare, by James Oliver Curwood is a tale of high adventure in the Canadian wilderness in the early 1900s. When Sergeant Phillip Raine of the Northwest Mounted Police finds the golden snare he embarks on a dangerous journey to discover its origins with surprising results. From dog sled, to snow shoes, across barrens and through blizzards, he risks his life to track down Bram Johnson and learn the fate of the owner of the golden snare across the vast Northern wilderness of upper Canada to near the Arctic.
When this book was written, the reading public was very interested in Canadian and Alaskan wilderness stories as the great gold rush has been on there for sometime and Jack London's stories were being read about that drama. Curwood writes of very interesting characters in this same Northern wilderness, but his stories tell more about natives of the land than the interlopers looking for gold. In The Golden Snare he gives us Bram, almost an animal, but with a heart underneath that gives all to protect those he loves though misunderstood and hunted ruthlessly by the Royal Northwest Canadian Mounties.

Product Details
ISBN: 9780984608171
ISBN-10: 0984608176
Publisher: Arose Books Publishing, LLC
Publication Date: November 29th, 2015
Pages: 202
Language: English