SOME TRUST IN CHARIOTS by Jack Jones

SOME TRUST IN CHARIOTS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The Tewders came full force to their father's funeral in the cottage of Glam-organ. Honest farm laborers, they made a mighty host when shortly after they converged on sprawling Cardiff, and laid the foundations of a great business. It all began with coal-by 1945 it had spread to financing and great riches. The two main figures- Rhys, a good man, who ""remembered the name of the Lord""-and Harry, who put trust in chariots- and horses- and women, and whose life was full of lusty adventures of the flesh,- worked out their lives against the backdrop of Cardiff, labor troubles, political doings. A diffuse tale, with too many names and intricate interrelationships. Limited appeal here.

Pub Date: March 24th, 1949
Publisher: William Sloane