The Sign at Six

by Stewart Edward White

The story of a man who thought he owned New York and of another man who undertook to convince him of his error. In the conflict between them New York becomes a city of unbounded surprises and of thrilling dread. White has never written more plausibly, more forcibly, more entertainingly.

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