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  • The Music of The Statler Brothers: An Anthology
    By author: Don Reid   Foreword by: Bill & Gloria Gaither
    THE MUSIC OF THE STATLER BROTHERS: AN ANTHOLOGY is an in-depth look at the musical career of The Statler Brothers's forty-year reign as country music's premier group. Lead singer, Don Reid, writes about each song ever recorded by the Grammy Award-winning foursome and gives backstage insight to the writings and the selections of each composition. Covering forty-five albums of original music, this is a must-read for all Statler Brothers fans and lovers of country and gospel music alike.
  • The Forever Wish of Middy Sweet
    By author: Terry Kay   Afterword by: Jeff Fields
    Middy Sweet Young, a wealthy widow, returns to her hometown in Northeast Georgia in search of her youth, lured by a dreamy wish shared with Luke Mercer, her high school boyfriend: "One day we’ll be together…" THE FOREVER WISH OF MIDDY SWEET is the story of that prophecy--the former beauty queen and the retired history teacher reuniting fifty years after her vow.
  • Whose Woods These Are
    By author: John Lane
    WHOSE WOODS THESE ARE takes place on Thanksgiving Day in a deep river bottom in a mythical Piedmont county, Morgan, South Carolina, a creation carried over from John Lane's first novel, the award-winning FATE MORELAND'S WIDOW. The story is told in four perspectives on the possible death and certain disappearance of Old Doc, an 85-year-old land owner/deer hunter and centers on a contested property boundary shared with the resident Mitchell family who have lived on the land since colonial times.
  • Pure Evil: The Machetti Murders of Macon, Georgia
    By author: Jaclyn Weldon White
    Rebecca and Ronald Akins and their three daughters appeared to be a typical suburban family in 1970 Macon, Georgia, but the attractive facade hid a family in crisis. After their 1974 divorce, Becky took the children to South Florida where she pursued a life of gambling and partying while her daughters were left to fend for themselves. Fueled by popular books and films, she changed her name and her daughters's to Machetti, a name she believed to be appropriate for the Mafia. This is the story of Rebecca Machetti, a cold-blooded woman whose prosecutor described as "pure evil" and her three daughters who lived through years of abuse before finally finding peace and normal lives.

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