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"A century ago, terror stalked the coal fields of eastern Pennsylvania. Men were gunned down on the open road and even in their own parlors. In one county alone, there were 142 unsolved murders in thirteen years. The ruthless group of Irish immigrants who tyrannized so many thousnads called themselves the Molly Maguires. The man who infiltrated and finally broke their secret order was a tough little Pinkerton detective named James McParlan. Here, vividly retold, is the story of the Mollies' bloody reign - a reign that was brought to an end by a wholesale execution."; 6¾" - 7¾" Tall