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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User Review  - Nancy - Goodreads

would benefit from better edit. Farris is a creative writer who suffers from a lack of discipline. but i found it a great read.. Though this is a modern book the era is somewhat in the past... a warning. the language and usage are very offensive although true to the time and place.. Read full review

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User Review  - David - Goodreads

This is a minus three stars. Of the 364 pages if we had lost 64 pages, the novel would have been much better. I often got bored in the descriptive details of the surroundings. Quite frankly at times I ... Read full review


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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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