Fairoaks: A Novel

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Dial Press, 1957 - Slave-trade - 405 pages
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Guy Falks, an imposter, makes a tainted fortune and becomes a great aristocrat in the pre-Civil War South.

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User Review  - John - Goodreads

perhaps THE BEST YERBY BOOK YET. GREAT CHARACTERS, NOT A WASITED WORD IN ENTIRE BOOK. I HAVE TO PACE MYSELF OR I WOULD READ ALLL OF HIS BOOKS ONE AFTER THE OTHER. THAY ARE SO GOOD TO READ BETWEEN READING SO MANY OTHERR BORRING WORKS. Read full review

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User Review  - Michael Kennard - Goodreads

Of all Frank Yerby's books, this Fairoaks ranks as my favourite. Began reading Yerby in the late sixties,early seventies. How I ever got any work done i'll never know. Read full review

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Section 2
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