SOW THE WIND by Theodore Frodenburgh

SOW THE WIND

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The setting is Corsica, but there is no atmosphere that night not have been created in Jersey City, for the action takes place chiefly in bars, and bedrooms -- with relief twice in a boar hunt and with the fishermen. It's a horrid book, the story of a dissolute, drunkard, philanderer, sensation seeker. Omit.

Publisher: Lee Furman (Green Circle)