The Huntsman at the Gate - Almet Jenks, Edward Shenton
Quite an old-fashioned sort of story (and it's short enough to be no more than a "story"). It's sentimental, indeed; the thing I like about it, though, is the constantly maintained hunter's uncertainty about the guilt due to killing foxes, not dismissed even at the reconciliatory end. Plus, the writing is surprisingly good. Not my kind of story, but well done.