JUSTICE, MY BROTHER! by James Keene

JUSTICE, MY BROTHER!

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KIRKUS REVIEW

First person yarning by Henry (Smoke) O'Dare tells of his oldest brother Cord's claims to fame and power in the Cherokee Strip, watches the middle brother Luther's subjugation by Cord and establishes his own stand for right versus wrong. Luther's unhappiness in marriage (Cord has chosen the bride), his accepted guilt in a farmer's murder and Smoke's love for Julie are the mixture that carries Smoke into manhood and the breaking of Cord's stranglehold. A strong brew in loyalties.

Pub Date: June 28th, 1957
Publisher: Random House