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A Pagan of the Hills

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A Pagan of the Hills
A native of Kentucky, Charles Neville Buck grew up near Lexington in the late 1800s. Well-educated, Buck held a Bachelor of Arts and a law degree from the University of Louisville. He also attended the Cincinnati Academy of Arts, and became a cartoonist and editorial writer for the Louisville Evening Post before turning to the romantic adventure novels he is known for. His most popular novel, The Call of the Cumberlands (1913) takes place in the mountain landscape Buck knew so well.

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