John Fox Jr. (1862-1919) was a war correspondent and a graduate in English from Harvard. He served during the Spanish-American War and rode with the Rough Riders. This book (1900) is a story about a soldier who left his Kentucky Bluegrass home and fought in that war, so this story is told from a startlingly […]
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Older Novels Two books by Harold Bell Wright were Their Yesterdays, the most philosophical of his books yet, and The Winning of Barbara Worth, the most interesting yet. I read The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come by John Fox, Jr. since I saw it constantly at used book stores, and enjoyed it. My son-in-law gave me my first Louis […]