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Photo of the Week: Magic City Morning Star News Book Reviews by Milt Gross
By Editorial Staff
Nov 25, 2012 - 12:02:06 AM

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Most Recent Milt Gross Book Reviews: "Native Tongue" by Carl Hiaasen and "The Summons" by John Grisham

This photo is of the two most recent Book Reviews published at Magic City Morning Star News by Milton Gross. The one on the left was published November 18th whilst the one on the right was published today, November 25th 2012. This is the link to the Book Reviews Columnwhere I am sure you will find some interesting reviews.

Milt Gross Book Review: "Native Tongue" by Carl Hiaasen

"Carl Hiaasen was born in 1953 and raised in Plantation, Florida. Hiaasen was the first of four children and the son of a lawyer, Kermit Odell, and a teacher, Patricia. He entered Emory University just after graduating high school in 1970, where he contributed numerous satiric pieces to the school newspaper. In 1972 he transferred to the University of Florida, where he wrote for The Independent Florida Alligator. Hiaasen graduated in 1974 with a degree in journalism.

Milt Gross Book Review: "The Summons" by John Grisham

John Grisham, the second oldest of five siblings, was born in Arkansas, according to Wikipedia. His father worked as a construction worker and a cotton farmer, while his mother was a homemaker. When Grisham was four years old, his family started traveling around the South, until they finally settled in Mississippi. As a child, Grisham wanted to be a baseball player. Despite the fact that Grisham's parents lacked formal education, his mother encouraged her son to read and prepare for college, the online free encyclopedia states.

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