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The autobiography documents his life story from small town Commerce, GA where he worked in journalism and graduated from UGA, to the big city lights of Nashville – to becoming a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame and 50-year member of the Grand Ole Opry. By: Bill Anderson (ABJ '59)

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The Boy Who Cried Werewolf, a children's play, by Daiel Guyton (MFA '04) https://www.pioneerdrama.com/searchdetail.asp?pc=BOYWEREWOL

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Ruth Moose’s latest hilarious cozy mystery after Doing It At the Dixie Dew. It left me with a southern drawl and a craving to breakfast at the Dixie Dew B&B. The North Carolina native Ruth Moose created the zany characters of fictional Littlebro, NC with an authenticity and humor cozy mystery fans will love.

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The Detective & The Pipe Girl By: Michael Carven (BA '92) https://www.harpercollins.com/books/9780062305596

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"Dead Giveaway" by Daniel Guyton.

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To Lasso the Clouds: The Beginning of Aviation in Georgia By: Dan Aldridge (JD'75)

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Breath of Life: The Vital Role of Red Mangroves in Human and Planetary Health By: Ted D. Anders (MA '80, PHD '82)

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Prepare for Departure: A Guide to Making the Most of Your Study Abroad Experience By: Shelley Story (BA '94, MED '97)

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Terry T. Turner (BSA '67), (MS '72), (PhD '74), who writes under the pen name of David Donovan, has written his third book, "Counterinsurgency: What the United States Learned in Vietnam, Chose to Forget, and Needs to Know Today:

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