The Tragedy of Janie Sharp is an expansion of my 2016 publication "Murder in Rural Hill." In 1910, eighteen-year-old Janie Sharp was brutally murdered on a lonely country road in rural Mississippi. Her death led to a string of unsolved murders, a shattered community and legal proceedings that captured the nation's attention. Click here to Purchase on Amazon.
Bones of Mississippi is now available on Amazon in paperback and digital form Click here
"Bones' is a collection of historical tales, places and people of the state of Mississippi - from the characters of "Under The Hill" to the outlaw, James Copeland, the Black Swan and the Black Knight.
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Wisdom is most often and most effectively conveyed by a still tongue.........
Maturity – managing to somehow gain our emotions without losing our reason.
All too often – we allow our perversions and prejudices to define us.
Greed kills everything.......
Modern Leadership - Naked New World Emperors marching down ivy covered avenues with just a shade of doubt in their sidelong glances at the crowd - the naked leading the naked in a parade of elitism that no one understands or cares about except those who desperately desire to march in step or ride the floats tossing flowers.