STRANGE DOINGS ON HALFADAY CREEK by James B. Hendryx

STRANGE DOINGS ON HALFADAY CREEK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Another recital of the various brands of skullduggery that come under Black John and Cush' domain of the Canadian-U.S. border, in which they administer their individual interpretations of justice, keep on the right side of Corporal Downey, and do all right by themselves. Love, murder, robbery, whiskey sales to the Indians, a bronze coffin, are a few of the minor disturbances on Halfaday Creek. Diverting.

Pub Date: Jan. 8th, 1942
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran