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When Karen Susman won Wimbledon in 1962, the San Diegan literally left her mark on the famed center court. Susman's serving motion, described as beautiful by Billie Jean King, featured a long, deep right toe drag. She dug this little trough, said
11 PM Page modified November 8, 2011 at 1:11 PM Shelf Talk Seattle Public Library proposes 'Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter' for December book club Beginning December 1, Book Chat (the Library's virtual book discussion group) will discuss Crooked
Paul Rider From deception during a Russian winter to murder in rural Mississippi, suicide at a Kent mansion to a savage killing in Glasgow, the shortlist for the Crime Writers' Association's Gold Dagger award for the best crime novel of the year
With a little help, Franklin delivers new novel Associated Press 2011-01-14 09:27 AM When author Tom Franklin submitted to his literary agent the first 80 pages of his new novel, "Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter," he got an alarming response...
When author Tom Franklin submitted the first 80 pages of his new novel, "Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter," to his literary agent, he got an alarming response. Nat Sobel would fly down. Immediately. "That was definitely one of those
Hits, misses and sleepers of 2010 Dead men were big sellers in 2010, from Stieg Larsson and his Millennium trilogy to Mark Twain and the autobiography he wanted withheld until 100 years after his death. Among the living, George W Bush's Decision
Hits, misses and sleepers of 2010 Associated Press 2010-12-24 08:07 AM Dead men were big sellers in 2010, from Stieg Larsson and his Millennium trilogy to Mark Twain and the autobiography he wanted withheld until 100 years after his death...Bush's "
Bush's "Decision Points" became a quick million seller and defied expectations for the former president, who left office two years ago amid a collapsing economy and bearish approval ratings. Among younger readers, Jeff Kinney's latest "Diary of a
They'll be discussing their books Moonlight Mile and Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter, respectively. Admission: $20 without the book; $32 admission with a copy of Moonlight Mile; $30 admission with a copy of Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter; and $50
In Mississippi, there are no races for Governor and for the US Senate on this Election Day. The only seats up for grabs are in the US House of Representatives. All of the election races in Mississippi have gone on without much fanfare from