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A Moment of Warmth

review ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ø Francis Irby Gwaltney

KIRKUS REVIEWA first person recall of the past which carries through to the present digs into the life of Andrew Jackson Hunter whose uncle Robert had made him responsible for his cousin Bobby whose talents were all for flying and not farming Andy after an absence of fifteen years comes back to The Hall and its one family Arkansas town; comes back too to the memories that tainted and tortured his growing up to the poisons t.

characters A Moment of Warmth

Hat flowed from white to black and white to white to the sweet sorrowful respite of his marriage to Cora whose death almost meant ruin for him and to the unreal postures of Bobby As a superintendent he refuses to be treated like a suire as a Hunter from his uncle's training he can make his demands stick when it comes to new ways of handling current problems and as a man he can make his bid for widow Helen Ramsey But he is u.

review ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ø Francis Irby Gwaltney

Nable to control wild adopted Monty Hunter and he is not able to prevent Bobby's death at the hands of the man Monty had flouted so that the new gives way to the old when he truns to his uncle's sword cane and whip as constant companions The life of princelings days of worldly innocence that end in violence this faulknerizes a solid cordon of tradition for what could be a prurient audience More hot blood than this skins her.

  • Hardcover
  • 336
  • A Moment of Warmth
  • Francis Irby Gwaltney
  • English
  • 04 September 2017
  • null

About the Author: Francis Irby Gwaltney

Gwaltney wrote eight novels His first published novel was Yeller Headed Summer 1954 but his next The Day the Century Ended was the most successful critically and commercially It was reviewed favorably when it was published in 1955 and a year later when it was made into a movie titled Between Heaven and Hell starring Robert Wagner Buddy Ebsen and Broderick Crawford The story concerns t