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Coniston - Complete

Winston Churchill

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. . .Perkins was seen by many driving wildly about from farm to farm, supposedly haranguing his supporters to make a final stand against the tyrant, but by noon it was observed by those naturalists who were watching him that his activity had ceased. Chester arrived at dinner time at Joe Northcutt's, whose land bordered on the piece of road which had caused so much trouble, and Joe and half a dozen others had been at work there all morning under the road agent whom Judge Parkinson had appointed. Now Mrs. Northcutt was Chester's sister, a woman who in addition to other qualities possessed the only sense of humor in the family. She ushered the unsuspecting Chester into the kitchen, and there, seated beside Joe and sipping a saucer of very hot coffee, was Jethro Bass himself. Chester halted in the doorway, his face brick-red, words utterly failing him, while Joe sat horror-stricken, holding aloft on his fork a smoking potato. Jethro continued to sip his coffee.

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Community Reviews

I would give this 3.5 stars if I could. Enjoyable to read, it was nonetheless too long. The middle section lost my interest, and it took me longer than it should have to finish. The last 150 pages was better, and at least I found myself reading it to find out the ending rather than finish the book.


Written by the American novelist Winston Churchill, not the British Prime Minister. This was written about 1905 and is is not in print, but if you can find a copy it well worth reading! Both the story and the writing are great! Really, Churchill is an under-appreciated novelist.

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Very enjoyable.