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1910. American newspaperman and novelist, McCutcheon's book begins: The gaunt man led the way. At his heels, doggedly, came the two short ones, fagged, yet uncomplaining; all of them drenched to the skin by the chill rain that swirled through the Gap, down into the night-ridden valley below. Sky was never so black. Days of incessant storm had left it impenetrably overcast. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.