KAY THE LEFT-HANDED by Leslie Barringer

KAY THE LEFT-HANDED

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Crusade period under Richard in England, when Normans and Franks were masters and the English little considered. Though less idealistic and romantic in handling, the book might appeal to the Jeffrey Farnol market....The story of an apprentice who makes a name for himself in York's Jew baiting, joins a treasure hunt, finds the loot, and turns back to see justice done in York, and to rescue the girl he loves.

Pub Date: Oct. 18th, 1935
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran