By "A VICTIM," although he wastes no time admitting that he's J.T. Henshaw and he's very proud of having gotten marked by a couple of racetrack cons at Niagara Falls -- and then had his revenge.
This 1912 chapbook is in quite good shape for its age. There's page toning, but it's mild, and fading to the covers, but the hinges are tight; the book isn't fragile. A couple of small marks on the pages (and the fingerprints of a previous owner, who enjoyed reading it while lunching, I imagine).
This is a fast read, a bit awkwardly written, but such a relic of a different time in self-publishing -- and in con artistry. A unique gift for a The Sting superfan and/or collector of cons-and-fraud stories.