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The Fall of the House of Zeus by Curtis Wilkie
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Mar 30, 2011

really liked it
Read from March 30 to April 11, 2011

Had to take a break from books about 18th Century country/farming communities. So before I tear into Adam Beade I decided to buy this book. I can't put it down and think it is very interesting not only because I was vaguely familiar with the facts of the story but also because I recognize a lot of the names. Can't wait to finish it.

Have now finished it and would strongly reccomend to anyone, (i) that is an attorney, (ii) went to Ole Miss, (iii) is familiar with the North Mississippi legal community, or (iv) enjoys stories that end with the bad guys getting what they deserve. Well written and an easy/interesting read. I picked it up kind of by accident but have since run into several people that have read or are reading it.

Good Book.

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