by S. Baring-Gould
Publisher: F.A. Stokes 1896
Number of pages: 384
After the road had ascended some way, all trees disappeared. The scenery was as wild and desolate as any in Scotland. On all sides heathery slopes, in the evening light a broken patch of sand showed white, almost phosphorescent, through contrast with the black ling.
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