BLOODLINES by Nash Buckingham

BLOODLINES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This devil can write! Make no mistake on this title; buy all you can get and buy them quick. It's the fourth Buckingham and all the others are out of print, selling at a premium. His store of material seems limitless, his energy and enthusiasm bewildering, his aim deadly, his humor ranges from comedy to pathos, his appeal is first through laughter. The charm of his writing is as elusive as the author himself -- you can't put your finger on it for the whole book teems with personality. His sense of values is joyous to behold. Throughout the book there is a feeling of Timelessness, a lack of regard for money or the material, a deep concern for the worthwhile, no snobbishness or class consciousness, greatness of spirit is all that's asked. It is life at its best -- White Folk, Black Folk, dogs, children, wild fowl, lush country and Ole Miss rollin' along. Bound in green with gold stamping.

Publisher: Derrydale