Book Signing for "The Architect" 

The novel is set in Memphis, and it's called The Architect. The author, a Memphian named James Williamson, is an architect himself. So it makes sense that the setting for an upcoming book-signing by Williamson was designed by Williamson: St. George's Episcopal Church in Germantown.

Williamson will read from and sign copies of The Architect at St. George's on Sunday, January 13th. The reading will take place during the adult-education program at 11:30. Autographed copies will be available.

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