D-Day, June 6, 1944: The Climactic Battle of World War II, by (Simon & Schuster).
E. Ambrose A Legacy of Vengeance, a novel by (Carrol & Graf).
Armistead Life and Work: A Manager's Search for Meaning, nonfiction by (Morrow).
A. Autry A Superior Death, a novel by (Putnam).
Barr Platte River, stories by (Houghton Mifflin).
Bass Novels, 1942-1954: Go Down, Moses, Intruder in the Dust, Requiem for
a Nun, A Fable, by , edited by Joseph Blotner (Library of America).
Faulkner Anabasis: A Journey to the Interior, by (UP of Mississippi).
Gilchrist Starcarbon, by (Little, Brown).
Gilchrist The Chamber, fiction by (Doubleday).
Grisham Summer of the Redeemers, by (Dutton).
Haines Cutting Edge, by Caroline Burnes ( ) (Harlequin).
Haines Hoodwinked, by Caroline Burnes ( ) (Harlequin).
Haines Shades of Familiar, by Caroline Burnes ( ) (Harlequin).
Haines Familiar Remedy, by Caroline Burnes ( ) (Harlequin).
Haines "No Such Thing as Was": William Faulkner and Southern History, by
(Center for Faulkner Studies).
Robert W. Hamblin Three Bedrooms, One Corpse, by (Scribner).
Harris The Insiders' Guide to Mississippi, by (Gulf Publishing Inc.).
Higginbotham Lives of Promise, Lives of Pain: Young Mothers after New Chance,
Joyce A. Ladner Assault at West Point: The Court-Martial of Johnson Whittaker ,
(Collier). John F. Marszalek Otherwise Known as Murder, a mystery novel by (Scribner). Neil
Women in Waiting in the Westward
Movement: Life on the Home Frontier, by and Linda
Peavy Ursula Smith (University of Oklahoma Press).
Eudora Welty: A Bibliography of Her Work, by (University Press of Mississippi).
Polk When First We Deceive, a novel by (Carroll & Graf).
Wilson Over the Top, by . Zig
play Beth Henley's Abundance produced at the Signature Theatre in Washington, D.C.
receives the Agatha Award and the Anthony Award for best novel of 1993 for Nevada Barr Track
of the Cat.
receives the Pulitzer Prize for Distinguished Commentary.
Premiere of The Client, directed by Joel Schumacher, based on the novel by .
February 5: A
jury in Hinds County, Mississippi, convicted Byron de la Beckwith for the 1963
murder of civil rights activist . This was the Beckwiths third trial; the first two in the
1960s ended in hung juries.
Evers August: Novelist
and part-owner of John Grisham
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