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The Wild Huntress

by Thomas Mayne Reid

In the wilds of America, a beautiful woman with a dark secret is on the hunt. Her name is Marian Holt, and she is a skilled hunter and tracker. She is also a member of a secret society of women who have sworn to avenge the wrongs done to them by men. Marian's path crosses with that of Frank Wingrove, a young man who is traveling to California. Frank is immediately drawn to Marian, but he soon realizes that she is not what she seems. Marian is determined to kill Frank, but he is equally determined to stop her. The two of them embark on a journey across the American wilderness, where they must face danger from both nature and from each other. The Wild Huntress is a classic adventure story with a touch of romance. It is a tale of love, loss, and revenge, set against the backdrop of the American frontier.

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English

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English

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1860

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Thomas Mayne Reid was a 19th-century Irish-American writer known for his adventure novels, which were popular with both children and adults. He was born on April 4th, 1818 in Ballyroney, County Down,...

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