VICTORY IN THE DUST by Arthur Phillips

VICTORY IN THE DUST

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KIRKUS REVIEW

For men largely for Public Libraries not at all -- in a tight, dramatic stor. gamblers and politicians and degenerates, Irish and Negroes and socialites, thrown together to that hard, rotten, glamorous unreal world of the racetrack. The story concerns Irish, the old who still frequents the track, Dixie, his young friend who rides for , the Has, Little waiters, beloved by Dixie, and sister of an owner, half , half nymphs, who thinks she wants Dixie. Sheean is out for money, regardless of the tenets of sport, and plans to run his horse even at risk of her life, he murders his trainer, who refuses to take part in it, and determines to Dixie to his own . Irish saves the day. A vigorous tale.

Pub Date: March 25th, 1942
Publisher: Lippincott