Back in the 1920's, Slocomb, Alabama was like a television show; people were neighborly, crime was at a minimum, and life was good. But a terrible thing happened in 1928 that would shake the town's foundation: their beloved Professor Claud F. Avant had been murdered. Who could the culprit be?
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Lee Eudon Holland was born in Esto, Florida and lived in six different cities by the time he was fifteen years old, spending a good part of his childhood in Enterprise, Alabama. He attended Heidelberg College (Tiffin, OH) and graduated from Wayne State University (Detroit, MI) He formerly served as Treasurer of Northville Township, Michigan and is a former agent for the Internal Revenue Service. An avid historian, Lee published his memoirs, Boiled Peanuts and Buckeyes (Northville, MI: Ferne Press), with Laurie A. Palazzolo in 2006. Lee currently resides in Northville, where he works as a C.P.A. and C.F.P. and continues to be involved in the community. Laurie A. Palazzolo was born in Detroit and holds a B.S. from Madonna University (Livonia, MI) in Paralegal Studies/Business Administration, and a M.A. from Wayne State University (Detroit, MI) in English - Business, Professional and Technical Writing. She is the author of the book Horn Man: The Polish-American Musician in Twentieth Century Detroit, released in October 2003 with distribution through Wayne State University Press. She has worked in the legal profession and as a researcher and analyst. She currently resides in Farmington, Michigan, where she is actively involved in the community and in Polish and Polish-American history, and where she serves on several boards.
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Book Description Ferne Press, 2013. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111938326040
Book Description Ferne Press, 2013. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1938326040