THE CZAR OF HALF A DAY GREEK by James B. Hendryx
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THE CZAR OF HALF A DAY GREEK

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Excellent yarns of the Alaskan border, in further incidents in the saga of Black John, who rules his lawless community of criminals, has them pick names, chooses an unused claim where they can always pan out days' wages and protects them as long as they refrain from murder, claim jumping, larceny or -- most important -- skulduggery, for which the penalty is the rope necktie and Black John's confiscation of their wealth.

Pub Date: May 10th, 1940
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran