The first important book on this new list, and a book that should be easy selling and easy renting. A full-blooded story...

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LAND OF TOMORROW

The first important book on this new list, and a book that should be easy selling and easy renting. A full-blooded story with plenty of action and with dramatic characterization. The fortunes of the Ormondys, Kentucky pioneers who came through to great wealth and broad acres and blooded horses, but could not live down the stain of blood. Well paced -- well told. Good reading.

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Publisher: Mill

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1937