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"An early goldfields story, full of the spirit of that wild and free, and now almost forgotten, period of Australian development." (Publisher's blurb, The Cards of Fortune (1922))
Author's note: Although some incidents of the story might resemble events that happened during the period written about, no attempt has been made at historical accuracy in what is purely a work of fiction.' A.W.
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yGamblers' GoldArthur Wright,
1910single work novel 'A capital sensational story, in which the course of true love is impeded by the effects of an old-time tragedy, but which is gaain set on its happy way by means of some fine sporting episodes.' (Publisher's blurb The Cards of Fortune )London:George Newnes,1923