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The Oakdale Affair

Edgar Rice Burroughs (1875-1950)

1. 01 - Section 01
2. 02 - Section 02
3. 03 - Section 03
4. 04 - Section 04
5. 05 - Section 05
6. 06 - Section 06
7. 07 - Section 07
8. 08 - Section 08
9. 09 - Section 09
10. 10 - Section 10
11. 11 - Section 11
12. 12 - Section 12
13. 13 - Section 13
14. 14 - Section 14
15. 15 - Section 15

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Summary

Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Jack London / H.H. Knibbs-inspired, selfless, poetry-spouting, hobo character, Bridge, makes another appearance in the novellete, The Oakdale Affair (original title, Bridge and the Oskalooska Kid.) Joining the poetic hobo in this gothic-like tale are many other unusual elements: dark mysterious nights, a deserted haunted farmhouse, a violent thunderstorm, the Oskalooska Kid, a nameless girl, thieves and murderers, Beppo the bear, and other surprises.The Oakdale Affair is a deep mystery and would puzzle even Sherlock Holmes.(Introduction by Ralph Snelson)

Reviews

dg

Mr. Snelson again does a great job of reading and an interesting book doesn't do any harm either.

Pennie Fries

- Oakdale Affair

What a great story! A boy in trouble, a ghost, gangsters all combine into a delightful book. The narrator is excellent. Five stars for this one!