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Frankly My Dear, I'm Dead by Livia J. Washburn
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Jan 30, 2011

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The books in this series are a fun, fast read. They center around a lady, Delilah, who has started a literary travel agency. She sets up tours to places of Southern writers. This was Washburn's first in the series, and the setting is Atlanta and the plantation that has been remodeled to look like Tara from the movie "Gone With the Wind". The second, "Huckleberry Finished" was to Mark Twain's hometown.

Perhaps these books have more of an appeal for me because I taught American Literature for so long. I do find them interesting, though. The two I've read include lots of background information about the author and/or story that made that person famous.

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