Reproduction of the original: The One-Way Trail by Ridgwell Cullum
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About the Author
Ridgwell Cullum (pseudonym of Sidney Groves Burghard) (13 August 1867 - 3 November 1943) was a British writer who wrote a large number of adventure novels over more than 30 years, usually set in sparsely populated regions of the United States or Canada.He left home aged 17 to join a gold rush in the Transvaal in South Africa, where he became involved in the conflict between British and Boer settlers; he travelled to the scene of another gold rush in Yukon in north-west Canada; he spent a few years cattle-ranching in Montana, USA.His first novel The Devil's Keg, set in Alberta, Canada, was published in 1903.