Texas Author Paul H. Yarbrough To Hold Book Signing In Gainesville For Mississippi Cotton On November 14th
Book is Filled With Mystery and Adventures That Will Keep Readers on the Edge of Their Seats.
- Gainesville, GA (1888PressRelease) November 12, 2011 - Paul H. Yarbrough, author of the new and acclaimed adventure novel, Mississippi Cotton, will be holding a book signing in Gainesville, GA on November 14th from 4 pm to 6 pm at Hall Book Exchange, 1854 Thompson Bridge Rd, Gainesville, GA 30501. Mississippi Cotton, Yarbrough's debut book brings to light the complex history of rural Mississippi in the 1950's. It follows a young boy named Jake Conner on his adventure through the Mississippi Delta in 1951. Many readers will be able to relate to Jake's summer vacation, "but his gets a little more adventurous as he and his cousins snoop around in a mystery that is better left to the grown-ups," says Yarbrough. The book has drawn critical acclaim from across the country. The main character Jake Conner has been compared to Mattie in True Grit and Scout in To Kill a Mockingbird. "Sharp eyes tempered with childhood simplicity," says Delta Magazine.
"I am delighted to be in Gainesville as part of the book tour for Mississippi Cotton," said Paul H. Yarbrough. "This book is mystifying and is written in a style that is distinctly Southern but one that readers anywhere can enjoy. The whole purpose of this book is to bring a smile and to open up a sense of adventure within every reader.
Mississippi Cotton is a must-have for not only Southern enthusiasts but anyone who loves to roll up their sleeves and solve a mystery. Yarbrough is married and resides in Houston, TX. He has been in the oil and industry for 40 years. The author brings a heartwarming perspective to the old-vs-new life in the South. The novel is "heavy on nostalgia and the setting is where my roots are: Mississippi," says Yarbrough.
Yarbrough will be available for autographed copies of Mississippi Cotton in Gainesville at the Hall Book Exchange, Monday, November 14th. The book is not only a must read for anyone who enjoys a good adventure but would make an ideal Christmas gift or stocking stuffer.
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