The Haunted Pagodas—The Quest of the Golden Pearl
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The Haunted Pagodas—The Quest of the Golden Pearl

By J. R. Hutchinson
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  • THE HAUNTED PAGODAS
  • THE QUEST OF THE GOLDEN PEARL
    • Illustrated by Hume Nisbet
      • London: Ward and Downey
      • 1897
  • QUEST OF THE GOLDEN PEARL.
    • CHAPTER I.—THE SHARK-CHARMER WALKS THE PLANK.
    • CHAPTER II. A STROKE OF LUCK AND AN AFTER-STROKE.
    • CHAPTER III.—THE QUEST BEGINS.
    • CHAPTER IV.—INTRODUCES BOSIN, AND TELLS HOW CAPTAIN MANGO PROVED HIMSELF A TRUMP.
    • CHAPTER V.—THE LASCAR GETS HIS KNIFE BACK.
    • CHAPTER VI.—IN THE THICK OF IT.
    • CHAPTER VII.—“FUN OR FIGHTING, I’M READY, ANYHOW!”
    • CHAPTER VIII.—AT THE HAUNTED PAGODAS.
    • CHAPTER IX.—WAS IT JACK?
    • CHAPTER X.—IN WHICH THE OLD SAW, “OUT OF THE FRYING-PAN, INTO THE FIRE,” IS REVERSED WITH STARTLING EFFECT.
    • CHAPTER XI.—INTO THE HEART OF THE HILL.
    • CHAPTER XII.—RELATES HOW A WRONG ROAD LED TO THE RIGHT PLACE.
    • CHAPTER XIII.—CAPTAIN MANGO “GOES ALOFT.”
    • CHAPTER XIV.—SHROUDED IN A HAMMOCK.
    • CHAPTER XV.—THE CROCODILE PIT.
    • CHAPTER XVI.—DON SETS A DEATH-TRAP FOR THE LASCAR.
    • CHAPTER XVII.—THE BLAST OF A CONCH-SHELL.
    • CHAPTER XVIII.—BETWEEN LIFE AND DEATH.
    • CHAPTER XIX.—ONE-TO-TWENTY GIVES TWENTY-TO-ONE THE WORST OF IT.
    • CHAPTER XX.—THE LAST STRAW.
    • CHAPTER XXI. RIVALS FOR THE HONOURS OF DEATH.
    • CHAPTER XXII.—A REPORT FROM THE SEA.
    • CHAPTER XXIII.—DON RUNS THE GAUNTLET.
    • CHAPTER XXIV.—IN THE NICK OF TIME.
    • CHAPTER XXV.—THE SHARK-CHARMER IS CAUGHT IN HIS OWN TRAP.
    • CHAPTER XXV.—BRINGS THE QUEST TO AN END.
      • THE END.
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