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Ridgway of Montana

By Raine, William Macleod

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Title: Ridgway of Montana  
Author: Raine, William Macleod
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Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
Collections: Blackmask Online Collection
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Excerpt: THE young woman who was giving the last touches to the very effective picture framed in her long looking?glass nodded almost imperceptibly. She had come to the parting of the ways, and she knew it, with a shrewd suspicion as to which she would choose. She had asked for a week to decide, and her heart?searching had told her nothing new. It was characteristic of Virginia Balfour that she did not attempt to deceive herself. If she married Waring Ridgway it would be for what she considered good and sufficient reasons, but love would not be one of them. He was going to be a great man, for one thing, and probably a very rich one, which counted, though it would not be a determining factor. This she could find only in the man himself, in the masterful force that made him what he was. The sandstings of life did not disturb his confidence in his victorious star, nor did he let fine?spun moral obligations hamper his predatory career. He had a genius for success in whatever he undertook, pushing his way to his end with a shrewd, direct energy that never faltered. She sometimes wondered whether she, too, like the men he used as tools, was merely a pawn in his game, and her consent an empty formality conceded to convention. Perhaps he would marry her even if she did not want to, she told herself, with the sudden illuminating smile that was one of her chief charms.

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Table of Contents: Ridgway of Montana, 1 -- William MacLeod Raine, 1 -- Chapter 1. TWO MEN AND A WOMAN, 2 -- Chapter 2. THE FREEBOOTER, 9 -- Chapter 3. ONE TO ONE, 14 -- Chapter 4. TORT SALVATION, 17 -- Chapter 5. ENTER SIMON HARLEY, 23 -- Chapter 6. ON THE SNOW?TRAIL, 28 -- Chapter 7. BACK FROM ARCADIA, 35 -- Chapter 8. THE HONORABLE THOMAS B. PELTON, 39 -- Chapter 9. AN EVENING CALL, 43 -- Chapter 10. HARLEY MAKES A PROPOSITION, 48 -- Chapter 11. VIRGINIA INTERVENES, 53 -- Chapter 12. ALINE MAKES A DISCOVERY, 60 -- Chapter 13. FIRST BLOOD, 64 -- Chapter 14. A CONSPIRACY, 69 -- Chapter 15. LASKA OPENS A DOOR, 73 -- Chapter 16. AN EXPLOSION IN THE TAURUS, 78 -- Chapter 17. THE ELECTION, 82 -- Chapter 18. FURTHER DEVELOPMENTS, 84 -- Chapter 19. ONE MILLION DOLLARS, 87 -- Chapter 20. A LITTLE LUNCH AT APHONSE'S, 89 -- Chapter 21. HARLEY SCORES, 93 -- Chapter 22. NOT GUILTY -- GUILTY, 95 -- Chapter 23. ALINE TURNS A CORNER, 99 -- Chapter 24. A GOOD SAMARITAN, 101 -- Chapter 25. FRIENDLY ENEMIES, 107 -- Chapter 26. BREAKS ONE AND MAKES ANOTHER ENGAGEMENT, 110

 

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