Authors Scheduled to sign at 6th Annual
On Christmas Eve in 1940, on an isolated stretch of railroad between Meridian, Mississippi, and New Orleans, two trains--one a southbound freight driven by engineer A. P. Dunn, a man with no recollection of how he got a gash on his forehead; the other a luxury passenger train, in which brakeman Artemus Kane deals with his own haunting memories--draw ever closer together.
Howard Bahr was born in Meridian, Mississippi. The author of three previous novels — The Black Flower, The Year of Jubilo, and The Judas Field — he currently resides in Jackson, Mississippi, and teaches at Belhaven College.
Historical Fiction/Hardcover $25.00
Dr. John Beaman
Walking Is Not The Best Exercise
To Love A Scroundrel
A Piggly Wiggly Wedding
When the impending nuptials of seventy-one-year-old Mayor Hale Dunbar and the widow Gaylie Lyons are threatened by the bride-to-be's disapproving grown children, the Nitwitts plan a welcome for the children designed to garner their approval.
Robert Dalby is a native of Mississippi and a lifelong patron of the Piggly Wiggly. He is the author of Waltzing at the Piggly Wiggly and Kissing Babies at the Piggly Wiggly.
Patricia Neely Dorsey
From feuding scientists to ailing locals, Sarah Booth Delaney finds no shortage of bad blood coursing through the little town of Zinnia, Mississippi, as she drops everything to stop an outbreak of boll weevils and save the only place she's ever been able to call home.
Carolyn Haines is the author of seventeen novels, including eight titles in this series, and the recipient of the prestigious 2009 Richard Wright Award for Literary Excellence. Born and raised in Mississippi, she now lives in Alabama on a farm with more dogs, cats, and horses than she can possibly keep track of. Visit her online at www.carolynhaines.com.
Robert St. John
John David Williamson