Chicago: Mid-West Publishing & Producing Co., 1920. 276p., first edition, original blue cloth soiled, some signatures loose (but all present), inscribed "To Mrs. Rena Mooney, With compliments of the author. Stephen A. Doyle, Apr 15th, 1921." Rena was Tom Mooney's wife.
Strike novel, author notes that it was based on Doyle's experience in a detective agency breaking strikes. Covers strikes in lumber and mining in the C'oeur d'Alenes are described along with the murder of ex-Governor Steunenberg of Idaho. Not found in Blake or Hanna.