Gypsy Sixpence by Edison Marshall
His name was Romulus, though some called him Rom, the Gypsy. Among his enemies in the fierce Indian border tribes, Lieutenant Romulus Brook of the Tatta Lancers was known as Lomri, the Fox.
The night he danced a wild Hungarian air with Sukey Webb, daughter of the Lancers' colonel, she wondered whether he had made some awful pact with Shaitan, yet she knew she must be his bride.
© 1949 by Edison Marshall, published by Farrar, Straus and Company. Due to its age, there is no ISBN available. Book was a one-owner edition and is in excellent contition. Dust cover is getting tattered, and this hardcover book is like new except for the original owner's name and "1949" on the fly leaf.
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