qI opened my eyes as I heard a foot crunch on the glass shards under the window. I recognized Gravenor's face and saw the evil and angry expression that distorted it. 'I've got you now, Stewart.' q In Ring of Gold, the fourth and final volume of Jason Smiley Stewart's life story, Jason appears finally ready to settle down and help his aging father manage his estate. However, in a sudden twist of fate, he instead sets off on an adventure that finds him in the lap of mystery, suspense, and romance. When Jason met Mary Thomas years ago, her father forbade Jason, a lowly blacksmith, from ever contacting his daughter. Now years later, after a chance meeting, sparks fly between the widowed Mrs. Mary Lewis and the new high-ranking Viscount Strathmilton. But when Jason returns to New Zealand to search for Jamie Marshall, his friend and gold mine partner who has suddenly disappeared, he is forced to leave his first love once again. Along the way, Jason comes face to face with Gravenor, an old enemy, and tries to avoid numerous attempts on his life while continuing to gather clues about the whereabouts of his friend. John Milton Langdon's Ring of Gold takes readers from Scotland to New Zealand in a suspenseful historical romance. Gold mines, stolen identities, false imprisonments, old enemies, and renewed love complete the fourth volume of the Jason Smiley Stewart journal.I only knew the rudiments of panning for gold, and the first few days during which I had to develop a technique by trial and error were frustratingly ... It was probably worse, in fact, as they had no work and no prospect of finding any in their trade.
|Title||:||Ring of Gold, Volume 4|
|Author||:||John Milton Langdon|
|Publisher||:||Tate Publishing - 2009-11|