The Great Diamond Hoax (Hardcover)
The Great Diamond Hoax is a true-crime story of greed, deception, and adventure in the American West of the mid-19th century. Written by James H. Wilkins, a journalist and historian of the early 20th century, this book chronicles the exploits of John Slack and Philip Arnold, two con men who claimed to have found a rich diamond mine in the Colorado territory. With its colorful characters, daring escapades, and unexpected twists, The Great Diamond Hoax is a thrilling and entertaining read for fans of true crime and western history.
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