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by Barrett Willoughby

Where the Sun Swings North download ebook
ISBN:
1144775337
ISBN13:
978-1144775337
Author:
Barrett Willoughby
Publisher:
Nabu Press (February 17, 2010)
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Pages:
366 pages
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1981 kb
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1909 kb
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Rating:
4.8

Read online books written by Willoughby Barrett - in our e-reader absolutely for free. Barrett Willoughby (died 1959), aka Florence Barrett, was a best-selling novelist who wrote works of romantic fiction and nonfiction from the 1920s through the 1940s.

Read online books written by Willoughby Barrett - in our e-reader absolutely for free. Author of Where the Sun Swings North at ReadAnyBook. Her writing was mainly mostly. set in Alaska, where she spent many years. Some of her works were made into movies. MoreLess Show More Show Less. Books by Willoughby Barrett -: Where the Sun Swings North.

The westering sun streaming in through aside window lighted up shelves of brightly labeled canned goods. and along, scarred counter piled high with gay blankets and men's roughclothing. Back of the big, pot-bellied stove-cold now-that stoodnear the center of the room, lidless boxes of hard-tack and crackersyawned in open defiance of germs. An amber, mote-filled ray slantedtoward the moss-chinked log wall where a row of dusty fox and wolverineskins hung-pelts discarded when the spring shipment of furs had beenmade, because of flaws visible only to expert eyes.

Read by Barrett Willoughby. I enjoyed this book a lot more than I thought I would. A story of a family from the continental US going to Alaska in the early 1900's or late 1800's and all of the people and adventures they encounter. I really liked Willoughby's writing and found if a very easy read. The family's adventures may seem a little far fetched, but make for a great story!

Barrett Willoughby (died 1959), aka Florance Barrett, was a best-selling novelist who wrote works of romantic fiction and nonfiction from the 1920s through the 1940s. Her writing was mainly mostly set in Alaska, where she spent many years.

Barrett Willoughby (died 1959), aka Florance Barrett, was a best-selling novelist who wrote works of romantic fiction and nonfiction from the 1920s through the 1940s.

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Reviews:
  • Gholbithris
I loved this book as a child!
  • Blackredeemer
An Alaskan Adventure. A husband and wife, her sister and the couple’s son, made a bargain with the devil—the head of a trading company. The Chief only wants to have the wife, a white woman, because he can. So, the Chief makes a deal with the gold-fevered man. They are dropped off onto an island where supposedly a treasure of gold is to be found. Inadequately supplied, you read about their adventure or nightmare. Marooned, survive they do and you are there to read how they did it. Review by Jane B.