RAIN ON THE JUST by Kathleen Morehouse

RAIN ON THE JUST

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A folk story -- out of our own Carolina mountains -- told by a writer who has succeeded admirably in catching the spirit and flavor and sound of the mountain folk, who a generation ago still lived as their forbears had for 150 years, previously. Elizabethan in their frankness and their lusts, but with certain ideals of loyalty and neighborliness, certain relentlessness in their creed of vengeance Not a book for the squeamish. Sell to the South Moon Under market.

Pub Date: April 13th, 1936
Publisher: Lee Furman