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Mississippi River Country Tales

Author : Fraiser, Jim
ISBN : 1455608912
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In An Enemy S Country

Author : Jim Fraiser
ISBN : 9781496948359
Genre : Political Science
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“Liberty is fleeting; terrorism is eternal!” Or so discovers Assistant US Attorney and widower John Ferguson while reading an ancient manuscript purporting to be that of Thomas Jefferson’s 1784 Paris diary, between handling a perplexing new case and rearing a precocious four-year-old son and bright-but-troubled teenage daughter. But when he discovers that the political protester he’s prosecuting for assault on a federal marshal may be linked to a terrorist organization seemingly intent on wreaking havoc in his Jackson, Mississippi, hometown, and a mysterious new love interest suddenly appears on his doorstep, he finds himself locked in a life and death struggle with a brilliant but demented revolutionary dedicated to the destruction of all Ferguson holds dear and nothing less than the eradication of the American way of life.

American Regional Folklore

Author : Terry Ann Mood
ISBN : 9781576076200
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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An easy-to-use guide to American regional folklore with advice on conducting research, regional essays, and a selective annotated bibliography. * Fully annotated bibliographies on the folklore of each of eight regions of the United States * Engaging overview essays by folklore scholars introduce each of the U.S. regions covered * A list of literary authors who incorporate folklore themes in their writings, together with a brief list of some of their major works * A list of folklore-related museums, with addresses and phone numbers, a list of folklore journals, and, when possible, a list of websites

The French Quarter Of New Orleans

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ISBN : 1617034975
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The Majesty Of The Mississippi Delta

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ISBN : 1455608246
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American Book Publishing Record

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ISBN : UOM:39015058396691
Genre : United States
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The Journal Of Mississippi History

Author : William David McCain
ISBN : UVA:X006107161
Genre : Mississippi
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Includes section "Book reviews".

Historic Baton Rouge Architecture

Author : Jim Fraiser
ISBN : 1455618098
Genre : Architecture
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Tour significant Baton Rouge buildings without leaving home. Explore the state capital of Louisiana by paging through this wonderful book exhibiting Baton Rouge's grand, historic architecture. The beautiful homes and buildings of the city are exquisitely photographed here, inside and out. Historic residences, such as the Reymond House, and downtown landmarks, such as the old and new state capitol buildings, are also included in this detailed work that will be treasured for years to come.

Louisiana Libraries

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ISBN : UOM:39015066043327
Genre : Libraries
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The Devil Don T Knock

Author : Susan Sims Moody
ISBN : 145029331X
Genre : Fiction
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“A New South tale with the shadows of the Old South not far in the background. The Devil Don’t Knock is a riveting story of intrigue and greed that catapults everyday folk to the center of the stage. It is a story that will keep you on the edge of your chair or awake in your bed, depending on where you do your reading. Once picked up, it’s hard to put down.” —Luke Boyd, author of Coon Dogs and Outhouses, Tall Tales from the Mississippi Delta “An entertaining read. Susan Sims Moody knows how to spin a good yarn.” —Jim Fraiser, author of Shadow Seed and Mississippi River Country Tales SOUTHERN GIRL Jennifer Martin, plucky and independent, returns to Bedford, Mississippi, in the third installment of the mystery series that bears her name. Usually bold and resilient, the never-say-die Jennifer is plagued by fear and gruesome nightmares. Tommy Capelli, indicted for murder almost a year ago, is scheduled for trial in just five days, and Jennifer is the state’s star witness. Trying to retain her sanity, she throws herself into her work at The Bedford Sentinel, spending more time at the office than in her new apartment with roommate Magnolia Roan. Sleep-deprived and exhausted, Jennifer gets an eye-opening phone call from love interest Davis Sanford. He’s in trouble again, and this time it’s more serious than ever. Throw in an early-morning fire that turns Jennifer’s world upside down, and when she hears that Capelli has escaped, she must decide if she will run and hide or seek the man she is slated to testify against. Can this homegrown, Mississippi girl dig deep into her Southern roots and use her resources to find the courage she needs? Susan Sims Moody’s The Devil Don’t Knock spins a New South tale of greed and deception with Old South charm of small-town Mississippi.

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