The Lion and the Lamb
by E. Phillips Oppenheim
Publisher: Little, Brown & Co. 1930
Number of pages: 294
David Newberry is released from Wandsworth prison having served a year for burglary. He was briefly a member of The Lambs, a London gang run by Tottie Green, with the help of the beautiful, coarse, but alluring Belle. Vowing revenge, Newberry buys a gym and assembles and trains a crew of willing fighters using the techniques of Juiy Jitsu...
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