Liars and Legends: The Weirdest, Strangest, and Most Interesting Stories from the South

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Thomas Nelson, Apr 9, 2005 - History - 192 pages
Everyone loves a good story. And Liars and Legends contains 40 of the South's most interesting and . . . well . . . just plain curious stories. This book grows out of the popular Turner South television show, Liars and Legends and will be promoted on the show. George Lindsey, who just began as host of the show, will be available for promotion as well. Attractively designed in a square format, each story will have 4 to 8 pictures that will enhance the story by letting the readers see for themselves the weird, strange, and interesting things that occur in the South.

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