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Thursday, May 28, 2015

OT: Davidson Publishes "Virginia Dawning"

It's summer and literature week here at TortsProf.  Yesterday I posted about Martin Clark's "Jezebel Remedy," and today I'm pushing another novel from my home state of Virginia.  Charlottesville lawyer John Davidson has just published his debut novel, "Virginia Dawning."  Back in 2012, John won a short story contest judged by John Grisham.  "Virginia Dawning" is receiving strong early reviews; the blurb:

One spring morning in the gentle hills of Virginia, when Dr. Luke Andrews kisses his wife, Sarah, goodbye for the day and drives to his small-town medical practice, he unwittingly leads their young family into the hands of Hiram Legrand, a dangerous fugitive from the law.

Filled with shocking twists, Virginia Dawning is a fast-paced thriller that brings one family face-to-face with pure evil. Told in a rare dual first-person narrative by Luke and Sarah Andrews, a young couple, this suspenseful tale offers surprises at every turn while compelling readers to consider the true meaning of hope and love.

Order here.

https://lawprofessors.typepad.com/tortsprof/2015/05/ot-davidson-publishes-virginia-dawning.html

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