“The Flaming Forest,” by James Oliver Curwood

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David Carrigan of the Northwest Mounted Police, is a man on a mission. He has been given the task of tracking, locating and capturing the outlaw Roger Audemard. While David is on his quest to apprehend the criminal, he isย shot and becomes ill. In a fog of injury he realizes a woman shot him and the same woman nurses him back to health! David falls in love with her, only to discover she is another man’s wife.

Well! This was a good story. It’s adventure, romance and mystery. There are twists and surprises in the story. And Curwood, once again, carries it through, and brings it all together in the end.

The Flaming Forest became a silent film in 1926, starring Antonio Moreno an Renee Adoree!

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