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HEIR TO FALCONHURST. (#7 in FALCONHURST Series; Post Civil War South; Decline of SLAVE Breeding Plantation);

by Horner, Lance. (based on Characters Created By Kyle Onstott)

Condition: Very Good to Fine

USA: Fawcett Gold Metal Pub. 448 pgs.>> No date circa 1980's (cover price = $2.25 ); "Drummage Maxwell, black despite the whiteness of his skin, learns the truth about himself in a Boston brothel. A bitter truth that sends him South to his only heritage - Falconhurst. Once on the plantation, Maxwell, descended from the famous slave Drum on one side, and from the flower of Southern aristocracy on the other, falls desperately in love with the passionate Mustee wife of his sadistic and perverted overseer." >> Creasing to front cover;. 27th Edition. By Publisher. Soft Cover. Very Good to Fine. Illus. by GGA - Good Girl Art Painted Cover / PHOTO Back Cover. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" Tall.. Mass Market Paperback.


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