<![CDATA[Deadwood Dick's Doom; or, Calamity Jane's Last Adventure by WHEELER, Edward L.]]> This western, published around 1899, is a dime novel that has it all: roguish gun men, hostile Indians, chilvarous gentlemen to protect the hapless females, and - in Calamity Jane - even a female who can hold her own. The fictional character of the hero, Deadwood Dick, appeared in more than a hundred stories and became so famous the name was claimed by several men who actually lived in Deadwood, South Dakota. (Summary by Gesine/Wikipedia)

]]>
LibriVox This western, published around 1899, is a dime novel that has it all: roguish gun men, hostile Indians, chilvarous gentlemen to protect the hapless females, and - in Calamity Jane - even a female who can hold her own. The fictional character of the hero, Deadwood Dick, appeared in more than a hundred stories and became so famous the name was claimed by several men who actually lived in Deadwood, South Dakota. (Summary by Gesine/Wikipedia)

]]>
LibriVox info@librivox.org <![CDATA[Ch. I: Too Late for the Stage]]> No No <![CDATA[Ch. II: A Compact With the Devil's Son]]> No No <![CDATA[Ch. III: The Strangers Sing]]> No No <![CDATA[Ch. IV: Deadwood Dick's Doom]]> No No <![CDATA[Ch. V: $500 Reward; and "Calamity" on Deck]]> No No <![CDATA[Ch. VI: A Very Singular Performance]]> No No <![CDATA[Ch. VII: A Villain Unmasked]]> No No <![CDATA[Ch. VIII: Who Killed Piute Dave?]]> No No <![CDATA[Ch. IX: The Unknown Wins - and Loses]]> No No <![CDATA[Ch. X: A Thwarted Design]]> No No <![CDATA[Ch. XI: The Poet Plots]]> No No <![CDATA[Ch. XII: Old Scavenger's Scalp]]> No No <![CDATA[Ch. XIII: Two Sensations]]> No No <![CDATA[Ch. XIV: Death Notch No More: a Closing Act]]> No No