Author: Wright, Harold Bell
Genre: Fiction
Tags: Values / Manners / Morals

Rick Shrader‘s Review:

I continue my goal of collecting and reading the original editions of Wright’s 19 books.  His most famous, The Shepherd of the Hills, was his second book.  His writings cover a period from 1903 to 1942.  These are older personal interest novels written from a broad Christian point of view and set in rural America.  In the Ozarks Wright is known as the “Shepherd of the Hills.”  This seventh volume is a story about a western painter who must paint his subjects the way he sees them and not the way they would like, an interesting personal interest story.

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