DOWN THE DARK ALLEY by B. W. Sinclair

DOWN THE DARK ALLEY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Motors, boats, rum-running, and a not too much emphasized romance may create a male market for this book -- but it seems to us to border on mediocrity. The setting is Vancouver -- the theme the efforts of British Columbia to quench America's thirst during prohibition. The central character returns to his home town to make his fortune, revenge his mother and exact his pound of flesh -- all to small end. A bit too much about little.

Publisher: Little, Brown