THE LONG LASH by Bertrand Shurtleff

THE LONG LASH

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Shurtleff's books have had a continuous appeal to boys and girls, and here is another that would fill that bill. This time he spotlights his canines against a background of Alaska and plenty of excitement. Two veterans, accompanied by their K-9 dogs, head for a placer gold claim. They tackle walrus, seal, ice-imprisonment, and two dirty-dealing villains, and with their last chance to prove their rights to the claim, they are pushed to a win by their four-footed friends.

Pub Date: Feb. 1st, 1947
Publisher: Bobbs-Merrill