FISH ON THE STEEPLE by Ed. Bell

FISH ON THE STEEPLE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The life of the ""flatwoods"" Tennesseeans forms the background for a youthful love affair. Here the omnipresent Ku Klux still holds sway, here is violence of action and emotion, here negro mistresses, hot-blooded, hard drinking men, sharp tongued religious women, virulent gossip and strange situations. Though the publishers maintain it is unlike Faulkner or Caldwell, yet this is your market.

Pub Date: Nov. 26th, 1935
Publisher: Farrar & Rinehart