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Link of local interest: About Mark Twain autobiography

Mary Keltner writes:
Thought you would want to read about Twain's autobiography, a hot seller this year... Mark Twain's Autobiography Flying Off the Shelves story by Julie Bosman in the New York Times. The book's publisher cannot print copies quickly enough, leaving bookstores stranded as holiday shopping begins.
Story with related content today: Rev. Joey N. Welsh: A good name counts Part II A good name counts in Kentucky county names, Part II Mostly about Adair and Casey Counties, Col. Wm. Casey, Jane Lampton, and Mark Twain



This story was posted on 2010-11-21 10:50:28
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