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Book signing for Lanny Tucker book 'Harp's Head'

Book centers around Big Harp, who was executed and decapitated in 1799. One of Big Harper's victims was the young son of Columbia founder Daniel Trabue. The book's main story takes place during the Civil War, in Greensburg.
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By Jelaine Harlow

Writer Lanny Tucker of Greensburg will have a book signing for his new novel of historical fiction, Harp's Head, Saturday morning, 9am-12pmNoonCT, August 11, 2018 at the Green County Public Library, 112 West Court Street, Greensburg, KY. Confessed murderer Big Harp was executed and decapitated in 1799.



Among his victims was the young son of Columbia founder Daniel Trabue.

More than 60 years later, as the Civil War rages, the river town of Greensburg, Kentucky, is engulfed in terror.

A foreboding man with a shocking neck scar roams the streets at night.

A stranger arrives who was a member of the posse which caught Big Harp those many years ago. The stranger knows who is responsible for the horror in Greensburg, and what has to be done.

Refreshments will be available. - Jelaine Harlow


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Book signing: Harp's Head, by Lanny Tucker



2018-08-09 - Greensburg Public Library, 111 W Court Street, Greensburg, KY - Photo by Lanny Tucker.
Writer Lanny Tucker of Greensburg will have a book signing for his new novel of historical fiction, Harpís Head, Saturday morning, 9am-12pmNoonCT, August 11, 2018 at the Green County Public Library, 112 West Court Street, Greensburg, KY. Confessed murderer Big Harp was executed and decapitated in 1799. Among his victims was the young son of Columbia founder Daniel Trabue. More than 60 years later, as the Civil War rages, the river town of Greensburg, Kentucky, is engulfed in terror. A foreboding man with a shocking neck scar roams the streets at night. A stranger arrives who was a member of the posse which caught Big Harp those many years ago. The stranger knows who is responsible for the horror in Greensburg, and what has to be done. Refreshments will be available. - Jelaine Harlow

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