Friends to host Mississippi author
Joe Lee, a Brandon resident and a graduate of Mississippi State University, will sign copies of his brand-new suspense thriller, The Long Road Home (Dogwood Press, 2011), at the Robert C. Irwin Public Library in Tunica on Wednesday, January 18 at noon.
First-edition, signed copies will be available for $24.56, including tax.
“The Long Road Home is the third volume of the Oakdale suspense series that began with Judgment Day and The Magnolia Triangle. This one picks up fifteen months later and is a true sequel to Triangle. All are set in a fictional small town in north Mississippi,” Lee said. “Nancy Rutledge, who left town just before being arrested for the murder of her mother, returns as a totally different person thanks to identity theft and a profound change of appearance. Saying she has some big scores to settle is putting it mildly.”
Sid Salter, the Mississippi State University Journalist in Residence, said it is a must read.
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