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The Just And The Unjust

The Just And The Unjust by Vaughan Kester
By: (1869-1911)

In "The Just And The Unjust," Vaughan Kester crafts a compelling story that delves into the complexities of human nature and the struggle between right and wrong. The novel follows the lives of two men from different social backgrounds, one striving to uphold justice and morality while the other succumbs to greed and corruption.

Kester's character development is rich and nuanced, with each protagonist facing their own moral dilemmas and internal conflicts. The novel provides thought-provoking insights into the gray areas of morality and showcases the consequences of individual choices.

The author's prose is elegant and evocative, transporting readers to the small Southern town where the story unfolds. The pacing is well-balanced, keeping the reader engaged and eager to uncover the fate of the characters.

Overall, "The Just And The Unjust" is a thought-provoking and gripping novel that explores themes of morality, justice, and human nature. Vaughan Kester's storytelling prowess shines through in this captivating read.

Book Description:
Framed for a murder he did not commit, John North must rely on his friends to help clear him of the charge. But, are they really his friends? Many have dirty little secrets they wish to keep private, even at the expense of John North’s life. Ironically, those keeping quiet include members of the legal profession. Only one drunken man knows the true identity of the killer but he has mysteriously disappeared. Deceit and betrayal flourish in this story, with a tense conclusion. (Introduction by Tom Weiss)

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