Originally published in December, 1914 issue of The People's Magazine, here is a classic tale from H. Bedford-Jones, known at the time as the "King of the Pulps." The original editorial description: "Had the king lived, there had been no murder of womenfolk; but Bedfort had shot down the king from behind and fled to Mackinac, untouched of the law, and the kingdom had fallen into hands weaker and more cruel. Therefore had come voyageur, lumberjack, fisherman, bearing with them retribution." Here in two sentences is the setting of this, the latest of H. Bedford-Jones' remarkable romances, which is also his best. The proof of the story is in the reading. Published as part of the Wildside Pulp Classics series.
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