1912 1st year edition; Grosset & Dunlap publishers, New York; hardbound in red and black decorative boards; very good condition with unmarked pages; no dust jacket.
A Tale of the Macleod Trail. The book begins: Oh-h-h-h, Cam-er-on! Agony, reproach, entreaty, vibrated in the clear young voice that rang out over the Inverleith grounds. The Scottish line was sagging!-that line invincible in two years of International conflict, the line upon which Ireland and England had broken their pride. Sagging! And because Cameron was weakening! Cameron, the brilliant halfback, the fierce-fighting, erratic young Highlander, disciplined, steadied by the great Dunn into an instrument of Scotland's glory! Cameron going back! A hush fell on the thronged seats and packed inner-circle, -a breathless, dreadful hush of foreboding. High over the hushed silence that vibrant cry rang; and Cameron heard it. The voice he knew. It was young Rob Dunn's, the captain's young brother, whose soul knew but two passions, one for the captain and one for the halfback of the Scottish International. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.