The Great K. & A. Train-Robbery

Paul Leicester FORD (1865 - 1902)

In this short novel the narrator is a superintendent on the K. & A. railroad, sometime in the late nineteenth century. The train is robbed somewhere in the Arizona desert. Various adventures involve this young superintendent. Romance is provided by a comely passenger. (Summary by David Wales)

Genre(s): Action & Adventure Fiction, General Fiction, Westerns

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 01 The Party On Special No. 218 David Wales
00:19:37
Play 02 02 The Holding-Up Of Overland No. 3 David Wales
00:14:16
Play 03 03 A Night's Work On The Alkali Plains David Wales
00:14:00
Play 04 04 Some Rather Queer Road Agents David Wales
00:12:57
Play 05 05 A Trip To The Grand Canyon David Wales
00:15:16
Play 06 06 The Happenings Down Hance's Trail David Wales
00:14:54
Play 07 07 A Change Of Base David Wales
00:12:48
Play 08 08 How Did The Secret Leak Out? David Wales
00:15:06
Play 09 A Talk Before Breakfast David Wales
00:11:46
Play 10 10 Waiting For Help David Wales
00:13:03
Play 11 11 The Letters Change Hands Again David Wales
00:11:53
Play 12 12 An Evening In Jail David Wales
00:13:52
Play 13 13 A Lesson In Politeness David Wales
00:12:34
Play 14 14 "Listeners Never Hear Anything Good" David Wales
00:11:10
Play 15 15 The Surrender Of The Letters David Wales
00:12:16
Play 16 16 A Gloomy Good-by David Wales
00:17:43