The novels of George Barr McCutcheon (1866–1928) made him a millionaire, but despite the great popularity accorded him during his lifetime, most of today’s readers are wholly unfamiliar with his name and writings. An extremely prolific author, he not only produced over forty novels but wrote several plays, short stories, and essays as well. He invested his novels with a good deal of humor and with a warm humanity which charmed his audiences and made him one of the most popular writers of his time.
Mr. Crittenden Yollop makes friends with the man who came to burglarize his home and sets out to help him return to where he really wants to be...prison. This humorous satire takes a somewhat different look at prisons, criminals, the law and reformers. - ... SEE MORE