The White Lie

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The White Lie

By Philip Shirley

Advertising executive Peter Brantley is carjacked at gunpoint when a drug bust goes bad at a bus station near where he is stopped at a traffic light. After the carjacker instructs Peter to drive to a deserted, rural area, Peter knows he will be murdered as a witness, so he intentionally crashes his car and leaves the unconscious criminal at the scene.

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Four Days of the Vision

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Four Days of the Vision

by James Bulman

After suffering a career-ending injury while playing professional football for the Washington Redskins, former All-American Crimson Tide running back Geno Wyles returns to Carlton Crossroads, Alabama, where he takes a position at his old high school as teacher and coach.

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Potluck, Postscripts & Potpourri

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oin Jean Gay Mussleman on an unforgettable journey across two centuries of Southern culture, generations of Family tradition, and a real taste of the very best of genuine Southern Cooking. With more than 100 heart-felt stories and 160-plus delicious Southern recipes, Potluck, Postscripts & Potpourri unveils the treasures of place, family, friends, food, and history, embracing life and rekindling memories of the good things that bring us happiness and daily reinforce the joys of living.

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The House Across the Road

The House Across the Road by Jim Buford, 2010, Short story collection

Six of the most entertaining, interconnected stories you will ever read, set in the fictional Tucker's Mill, a lively central Alabama town from the 1950's whose cast of characters is familiar and fun.

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A Time to Kill

A Time to Kill: the Myth of Christian Pacifism by Greg Hopkins, 2013, Non-fiction

A book about decisions dealing with life, death, and protecting the innocent. Self defense concerns decisions of survival for the individual-or the fate of a nation.

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