The Last Stetson
War correspondent and Kentucky native John Fox Jr. spent years traveling the globe and reporting on far-flung foreign conflicts before returning his focus to fiction and chronicling his native region. The Last Stetson tells the story of a decades-long family feud between two warring Southern clans and its surprising denouement.
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