White Fire
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White Fire

By John Oxenham
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  • [Frontispiece: THEY WENT ON STEP BY STEP, WITH EYES FOR EVERY ROCK AND BUSH (missing from book)
  • THEY WENT ON STEP BY STEP, WITH EYES FOR EVERY ROCK AND BUSH (missing from book) . . . . . . . . . Frontispiece
    • WAVED HIS HAND TO HER, AND RECEIVED AN ANSWERING WAVE
      • ONE SIGN OF FLINCHING AND IT IS FINISHED
      • "MY LIFE IS FORFEIT TO THE PAST"
      • "AND HE HAS REALLY HAD THE AUDACITY TO ASK YOU TO MARRY HIM"
      • SHE HAD LONG AND PEREMPTORY INTERVIEWS WITH HER LAWYER
      • BLAIR CALLED FOR THE MATE AND TOLD HIM CURTLY WHAT HE HAD ALREADY TOLD THE CAPTAIN
      • "WE SHALL SEE THEM AGAIN," SAID CAPTAIN CATHIE (missing from book)
      • IT MIGHT BE FOR THE LAST TIME
      • STEPS ON THE ROAD TO SALVATION
      • "HELLO! WHAT'S THIS?"
      • "QUITE HAPPY, JEAN?" ASKED BLAIR
      • PEACE WITH A SPEAR
      • "MISSIONARIES! WELL I AM ——!"
      • BLAIR SPRANG UPRIGHT INSTINCTIVELY
      • WAVED HER FAREWELLS FROM THE SHORE
      • Waved his hand to her, and received an answering wave.
      • One sign of flinching and it is finished.
      • "My life is forfeit to the past."
      • "And he has really had the audacity to ask you to marry him."
      • She had long and peremptory interviews with her lawyers.
      • Blair called for the mate and told him curtly what he had already told the captain.
      • [Illustration: "We shall see them again," said Captain Cathie (missing from book)]
      • It might be for the last time.
      • Steps on the road to salvation.
      • "Hello! what's this?"
      • "Quite happy, Jean?" asked Blair
      • Peace with a spear.
      • A burly individual in sailorly garb came down the beach.
      • Blair sprang upright instinctively.
      • Waved her farewells from the shore.
    • ONE SIGN OF FLINCHING AND IT IS FINISHED
    • "MY LIFE IS FORFEIT TO THE PAST"
    • "AND HE HAS REALLY HAD THE AUDACITY TO ASK YOU TO MARRY HIM"
    • SHE HAD LONG AND PEREMPTORY INTERVIEWS WITH HER LAWYER
    • BLAIR CALLED FOR THE MATE AND TOLD HIM CURTLY WHAT HE HAD ALREADY TOLD THE CAPTAIN
    • "WE SHALL SEE THEM AGAIN," SAID CAPTAIN CATHIE (missing from book)
    • IT MIGHT BE FOR THE LAST TIME
    • STEPS ON THE ROAD TO SALVATION
    • "HELLO! WHAT'S THIS?"
    • "QUITE HAPPY, JEAN?" ASKED BLAIR
    • PEACE WITH A SPEAR
    • "MISSIONARIES! WELL I AM ——!"
    • BLAIR SPRANG UPRIGHT INSTINCTIVELY
    • WAVED HER FAREWELLS FROM THE SHORE
    • Waved his hand to her, and received an answering wave.
    • One sign of flinching and it is finished.
    • "My life is forfeit to the past."
    • "And he has really had the audacity to ask you to marry him."
    • She had long and peremptory interviews with her lawyers.
    • Blair called for the mate and told him curtly what he had already told the captain.
    • [Illustration: "We shall see them again," said Captain Cathie (missing from book)]
    • It might be for the last time.
    • Steps on the road to salvation.
    • "Hello! what's this?"
    • "Quite happy, Jean?" asked Blair
    • Peace with a spear.
    • A burly individual in sailorly garb came down the beach.
    • Blair sprang upright instinctively.
    • Waved her farewells from the shore.
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