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[Books] Publications:
  • Flashback, by Nevada Barr (Putnam).
  • Seeking Enlightenment … Hat to Hat, by Nevada Barr (Putnam).
  • Robert G. Clark’s Journey to the House: A Black Politician’s Story, by Will D. Campbell (University Press of Mississippi).
  • Bleachers, by John Grisham (Doubleday).
  • The King of Torts, by John Grisham (Doubleday).
  • Crossed Bones, by Carolyn Haines (Delacorte).
  • Revelers, by Beth Henley (Dramatists Play Service).
  • Signature, by Beth Henley (Dramatists Play Service).
  • Time Passages, by Sylvia Higginbotham (Parlance).
  • The Hit, by Jere Hoar (Context Books).
  • The Briar King, by Greg Keyes (Del Rey).
  • Launching Our Black Children for Success: A Guide for Parents of Kids from Three to Eighteen, by Joyce A. Ladner and Theresa Foy DiGeronimo (John Wiley & Sons).
  • The Best of Beach Walks, by George Thatcher (Quail Ridge Press).
  • Built by the Owner’s Design: The Positive Approach to Building Your Church God’s Way, by Danny Von Kanel (CSS Publishing).
  • On Wiliam Faulkner, by Eudora Welty (University Press of Mississippi).
  • Some Notes from River Country, by Eudora Welty (University Press of Mississippi).
  • Zig Ziglar’s Life Lifters: Moments of Inspiration for Living Life Better, by Zig Ziglar (Broadman and Holman).

Death August 15: Poet James Whitehead died in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

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