A Cumberland Vendetta
John Fox won literary acclaim as one of the foremost chroniclers of life in the southeastern United States. "A Cumberland Vendetta" traces the roots and tragic consequences of one of the feuds that ripped apart many Southern communities in the nineteenth century.
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