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Dragon's Blood by Henry Milner Rideout was first published in 1909 . Last year I read The Spinners' Book of Fiction and amused myself by making a list of the authors who contributed stories, planning to use that as a way to explore more of their work. One of my goals this year is to read the titles I chose to put on that list and decide if I want to read any others by these authors. Henry Milner Rideout (1877-1927) was a native of Calais, Maine.
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Henry Milner Rideout (1877–1927) was a native of Calais, Maine. Many of his stories appeared in The Saturday Evening Post. Rideout's father, a miller and road contractor, died when Rideout was twelve. Rideout's elder brother, who managed a bank in California, became the support of the family.
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by. Henry milner rideout. with illustrations by HAROLD M. BRETT. By Henry Milner Rideout. Index of the Project Gutenberg Works of Horatio Alger, Jr.
Dragon's Blood by Henry Milner Rideout was first published in 1909. One of the heroes of the story is a twenty-two year old German man by the name of Rudolph Hackh who, green and untried, is making his first trip to China as an agent for Fliegelman and Sons. On the last leg of his journey to the village of "Stink-Chau" he meets the book's other hero -- the indefatigable and ever-cheerful, Maurice Heywood. Heywood introduces Hackh to the beauties and dangers of this unknown land and will prove to be Rudoph's greatest friend; standing with him through fire and blood under the shadow of a dragon-shaped mountain.