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The amber fire trickled down Hugh Bradley's throat, then exploded like an angry rocket in his belly. "Damn! If men will pay money for this Injun whisky, they'll sell their very souls for the good drink I can distill."

Here is the dramatic story built around whisky - one of the most important commodities of the American frontier in the 1700s. Hugh Bradley started life in a B
Mass Market Paperback, 218 pages
Published May 1954 by Pocket (first published 1954)
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Donald Fiske Tracy aka Barnaby Ross, Roger Fuller.

Don Tracy, was born in New Britain, Connecticut. He worked as a reporter for local newspapers in New Brittain from 1926-1928, then as editor of Radio News in New York from 1928-1934. In 1934, his first novel, All Sold!, and his second novel, Flash, were published. After World War II, he also taught summer courses at Syracuse University from 1955-19
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