The Barefoot Man - Davis GrubbSimon & Schuster, 1971, Hardback in Dustwrapper..
Condition: Very Good - in Very Good DJ. Very slightly ruffled edges of DJ with a couple of very small nicks at top, rear corner. Top and foredges a little spotted. Internally bright and clean.
The hero is Farjeon, the stranger, driven from his farm by the Depression, who wanders into the town of Glory in mid-strike… to lose his pregnant wife in the fight between the striking miners and the armed strike-breakers who oppose them. Like a wounded animal, Farjeon stays with the defeated miners, gathering all his silent energy to revenge himself on the murderers, from the hired killers to the remote and unknown owners of Breedlove Number Twelve, the deep and dangerous mine that feeds the miners and exacts its payment in their lives.
Number of Pages: 350
Cover Art By: Paul Bacon
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