UNCLE WILL AND THE FITZGERALD CURSE by John D. Fitzgerald

UNCLE WILL AND THE FITZGERALD CURSE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The author of two pleasant and interesting pieces of Americana, Papa Married, A and here turns his talent to the story of an intelligent, vigorous boy turned into a rebel by a fanatic grandfather. Will Fitzgerald learned the gambler's trade and after working in Colorado, heads for wild and woolly Utah, and wins in a poker game the gambling empire he had always wanted. Thanks to his own good sense, the women he loves, and a dynamite explosion, he also gets a second chance to become a man who cares about more than just his own well-being. The author has a beguiling style and occasionally this book rises above the cliches of its story.

Pub Date: April 24th, 1961
Publisher: Bobbs-Merrill