- By Troy Nesbit

The Jinx of Payrock Canyon

  • Title: The Jinx of Payrock Canyon
  • Author: Troy Nesbit
  • ISBN: 9780911197334
  • Page: 258
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Jinx of Payrock Canyon Hey lookit Somebody just bailed out of that plane As they observed a parachute falling to the ground Jason Himrod and his buddy Doc could no longer hear the plane s engine maybe it had crashed With

    Hey, lookit Somebody just bailed out of that plane As they observed a parachute falling to the ground, Jason Himrod and his buddy Doc could no longer hear the plane s engine maybe it had crashed With this, Jason Doc saddle up their horses and ride out in the high Colorado Rockies above the ghost town of Payrock to explore the mystery before them THE JINX OF PA Hey, lookit Somebody just bailed out of that plane As they observed a parachute falling to the ground, Jason Himrod and his buddy Doc could no longer hear the plane s engine maybe it had crashed With this, Jason Doc saddle up their horses and ride out in the high Colorado Rockies above the ghost town of Payrock to explore the mystery before them THE JINX OF PAYROCK CANYON, another in a series of 1950 s Whitman juvenile classic literature written by Troy Nesbit aka Franklin Folsom , is a truly adventurous tale that involves the young reader s imagination in a western setting Will Jason Doc suddenly find themselves too deep in trouble when they unravel the mystery of the JINX OF PAYROCK CANYON

    1 thought on “The Jinx of Payrock Canyon

    1. Not only entertaining, mysterious, maybe a little scary, nail-biting adventure but the covers of these old Nesbits were great. This book taught me what 'jinx' means, and I'm still intruiged by the poetry of the title.

    2. Two boys and their dog, along with the help of a few friends, try to discover the truth behind the supposed jinx happening in the nearby area of Colorado. Great and fun mystery. took me like 9 months to read through it as I kept forgetting it amidst a busy, chaotic life. But still loved it and as my mind wasn't searching for the answer, I was pleasantly surprised by the ending. Thought it quite funny that they had a poor opinion of Texans thought them city slickers. Also, a lot of interesting de [...]

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