In 1897, the Klondike Gold Rush brought thousands of hopeful prospectors to the North. With them came many scoundrels and swindlers who were willing to do whatever it took to separate unsuspecting targets from their hard-earned cash. No swindler was more successful at his craft than Jefferson Randolph "Soapy" Smith, who ruled Skagway, Alaska with a quick hand and a scheming mind. This book explores his most outrageous escapades.
|Publisher:||Heritage House Publishing Company, Limited|
|Product dimensions:||6.62(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.44(d)|
About the Author
Stan Sauerwein lives in mayhem on a rocky hillside near Kelowna with three teenagers, a Bearded Dragon, two dogs, a nasty crow named Poe (naturally) and one incredibly understanding wife. He's the author of eight "Amazing Stories":"Francis Rattenbury", "Joe Boyle", "Ma Murray", "Moe Norman", "Pierre Trudeau", "Lucy Maud Montgomery", "Soapy Smith" and "Billy Miner".