All Heads Turn when the Hunt Goes by

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Playboy Press, 1977 - Bradwin family (Fictitious characters) - 364 pages
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The prose is ponderous. - Goodreads
But the quality of the writing sustains the story. - Goodreads
The ending is right on track for the rest of the story. - Goodreads

Review: All Heads Turn When the Hunt Goes By

User Review  - Donna Humble - Goodreads

An interesting mix of the old South, voodoo, and superstition. I enjoyed the book but at times it did drone on. if you can get through those parts the ending is worth the trouble. Read full review

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User Review  - Ralph Carlson - Goodreads

Read this book when it was first published and while I liked it, thought it was just okay. This second read I found was fantastic. It was a great read which I loved a lot. I have found this quite a few times with books the second time of reading them. Read full review

Contents

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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (1977)

John Farris was born in Jefferson City, Missouri in 1936. He attended Southwestern College in Memphis. He sold his first novel the summer after he graduated from high school, in 1955. His other books include King Windom, The Long Light of Dawn, The Captors, Nightfall, Dragonfly, Elvisland, Phantom Nights, and Before the Night Ends. Many of his books were adapted into movies. Harrison High was adapted into the film Because They're Young in 1960 and When Michael Calls was adapted in 1969. The Fury was the basis for the 1978 film, which Farris wrote the screenplay. He wrote and directed the film Dear Dead Delilah in 1972.

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