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Hannah Tinti's The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley

The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley (The Dial Press) is a violent book. It's a book about guns and gun culture, revenge, paranoia, and

Today and tomorrow in Elan Mastai’s debut novel.

Our society's obsession with youth and technology is widely apparent. When it comes to the simplest and easiest ways to roll back the hands

Otis Sanford’s From Boss Crump to King Willie.

Between the two giant pillars of Edward Hull Crump, the white Mississippian who established an enduring political dominion over Memphis in the early 20th

Memoir chronicles the life and times and music of Jim Dickinson

As a tourist on the Dickinson Delta Musical Expedition, the decision of where to stop on your journey will be a difficult one. Baylor
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