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King Cotten

by James Palmer

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Breathtaking descriptions of the treacherous sea voyages, and a wonderful portrayal of life in Boston and on a cotton plantation in Carolina, contrasts vividly with a simple life of farming in nineteenth-century Yorkshire. This is complemented by a county-wide manhunt for a dangerous, cunning criminal who will stop at nothing to further his own ends. His criminality grows from petty theft to arson and murder. King Cotton is a book you will find very difficult to put down.… (more)
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Breathtaking descriptions of the treacherous sea voyages, and a wonderful portrayal of life in Boston and on a cotton plantation in Carolina, contrasts vividly with a simple life of farming in nineteenth-century Yorkshire. This is complemented by a county-wide manhunt for a dangerous, cunning criminal who will stop at nothing to further his own ends. His criminality grows from petty theft to arson and murder. King Cotton is a book you will find very difficult to put down. ( )
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Breathtaking descriptions of the treacherous sea voyages, and a wonderful portrayal of life in Boston and on a cotton plantation in Carolina, contrasts vividly with a simple life of farming in nineteenth-century Yorkshire. This is complemented by a county-wide manhunt for a dangerous, cunning criminal who will stop at nothing to further his own ends. His criminality grows from petty theft to arson and murder. King Cotton is a book you will find very difficult to put down.

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