Alabama Writers

A Naturalist Goes Fishing: Casting in Fragile Waters from the Gulf of Mexico to New Zealand's South Island James McClintock

A NATURALIST GOES FISHING: CASTING IN FRAGILE WATERS FROM THE GULF OF MEXICO TO NEW ZEALAND'S SOUTH takes readers to some of the most breathtaking waters in the world while capturing the drama and serendipity of the sport of fishing.

 

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Gone Pro Alabama: Crimson Tide Athletes Who Became Legends Steve Millburg

GONE PRO ALABAMA: CRIMSON TIDE ATHLETES WHO BECAME LEGENDS is a collection of mini biographies of Bama athletes who all went to the next level. Read the convincing argument of which Alabama quarterback became the best pro - Bart Starr, Kenny Stabler or Joe Namath, and other comparasons of the best of the best...

Man in the Blue Moon Michael Morris

MAN IN THE BLUE MOON is a tense story set in early twentieth century Florida. A mysterious fellow suddenly appears and is possibly a wonder - or a con man. This title has been selected as a Booksmith Timeless Classic, meaning it is among the best of the best for the last several decades. We will ship it free...

Madison Park: A Place of Hope Eric Motley

MADISON PARK: A PLACE OF HOPE is the incredible story of Eric Motley and the town he grew up in: Madison Park. The town was...

The Fountain of St. James Court: Or, Portrait of the Artist as an Old Woman Sena Jeter Naslund

THE FOUNTAIN OF ST. JAMES COURT:  OR, PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS AN OLD WOMAN is a writer's reflections as she ages. There is also a story within the story as thoughts of the painter, Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun crash through the author's mind as she finishes the book she is writing on the artist's life. 

 

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Down Along with That Devil's Bones: A Reckoning with Monuments, Memory, and the Legacy of White Supremacy Connor Towne O'Neill

DOWN ALONG WITH THAT DEVIL'S BONES is a deep examination of the current conflict over Confederate memorials and how they came to exist across the country. After a chance encounter with a group protecting a statue of General Nathaniel Bedford Forrest, who founded the Ku Klux Klan after the American Civil War. O'Neill...

Come In and Cover Me Gin Phillips

COME IN AND COVER ME finds an archaeologist about to make the most important discovery of her career, but is struggling with the possibility that she's being visited by the ghost of her long dead brother.

 

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The Hidden Summer Gin Phillips

THE HIDDEN SUMMER follows two thirteen-year-old best friends hiding in an abandoned golf course after being forbidden to see each other by their mothers. As the summer progresses,  life appears to improve.

 

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Family Law Gin Phillips

FAMILY LAW examines the obstacles women face in the workplace and all facets of life. The story is told with clever humor and poigency and truth. This page-turner is a must read for all genders, though most likely most appreciated by women.
 

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Fierce Kingdom Gin Phillips

FIERCE KINGDOM is a heart-stopping page-turner that questions the boundary between our instinct to survive and the unspoken duty to protect another life. What should a mother do? What would you do?

 

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