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

Rick Shrader‘s Review:

I mentioned in a previous review that I have been collecting and reading Wright’s books.  Wright is the author of the well-known Shepherd Of The Hills although that was not necessarily his best seller.  The Uncrowned King (My wife gave me an autographed copy for my birthday) is a short allegory of the Christian walk through the world of selfishness and hypocrisy.  He may not be a Bunyan but it is a fun read.  Most of the rest of Wright’s nineteen books are novels set in rural American settings and give the reader an early twentieth century taste of Christian life and values.

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