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The Foxes of Harrow
The Foxes of Harrow
Author: Frank Yerby
Stephen Fox came to New Orleans with just the elegant suit on his back -- and a pair of skillful hands that could turn a deck of cards into a fortune.  The year was 1825, New Orleans was the wickedest city on earth, and Stephen Fox was a man made to master this turbulent time and place as he climbed toward his ultimate dreams -- a great pla...  more »
ISBN: 3656
Publication Date: 5/1975
Pages: 475

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Publisher: Dell Publishing Co., Inc.
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio Cassette
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Books on Tape Unabridged cassette tape edition tale about pre civil war old south
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A great plot by a classic southern author.
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"Daring & debonair Stephen Fox waw the master of Harrow, the richest plantation in the Old South. He had built it from nothing, & now he needed a woman. 3 Women loved him- each in her own way... Odalie, his beautiful wife, pearl of the South, loved him w/ all her heart but could not love him w/ her body. Desiree, his tempestuous mistress, gave him everything her vibrant body could provide - but her love brought death & decay.. Aurore, his wife's sister, loved Stephen from a distance, faithfullly, watchfully
Yerby's greatest novel of the glory & decadence of the Old South has sold more than 2,000,000 copies.


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