Knight's Gambit

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Random House, 1949 - American fiction - 246 pages
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Gavin Stevens, county attorney for Yoknapatawpha County, Mississippi, finds that the cases that cross his desk often deal with a more general human mystery.

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User Review  - Drake Savage - Goodreads

A witty, cunning, and mysterious collection of stories. Faulkner poses as a Doyle-like gent hiding in the swamps of the south, capturing the essence of small-town life and small-town secrets, only to ... Read full review

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subpar Faulkner, for completists only Read full review

Contents

Smoke
3
Hand Upon the Waters
63
Tomorrow
85
Copyright

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