Kindred of the Dust
by Peter B Kyne
An excerpt from an advertisement published in "Cosmopolitan Magazine," Volume 74 (1922): Kindred of the Dust is a story you will never forget - a ... Show synopsis An excerpt from an advertisement published in "Cosmopolitan Magazine," Volume 74 (1922): Kindred of the Dust is a story you will never forget - a novel of the sort of people who grow only in the great Northwest is this soul-searching story of Nan of the Sawdust pile and Donald McKaye, the young laird of Tyee who is torn between his love for Nan and the love he bears his proud old father who would rather see him dead than married to Nan. Here is a nove1 that more than 100,000 people have bought within its first year of publication - a best seller in every sense - a story of people you will love and who will live in your memory. What the Reviews Say: "A tale amazingly human, and rich in character study of the colorful and romantic type." -"Philadelphia Press." "If I had a million dollars I would spend whatever part of it as might be needed to make every man and every man's son in America read 'Kindred of the Dust' right away." -James Howard Kehler, well-known Chicago businessman. "An unusually good story of the Northwest, including a matrimonial tangle that keeps the reader on edge." - Howard S. Ruddy, Rochester, "N. Y., Herald." "I have read the book, and need no explanation of why it is a best seller." -J. W. Reardon, "Boston Daily Advertiser." "When Kyne does write a novel, it is good. This is one of his best." -"The Detroit News."