New In Paperback

May 20, 2007

Mockingbird: A Portrait of Harper Lee By Charles J. Shields

Harper Lee caught the beauty of America with To Kill a Mockingbird, but has remained something of a mystery ever since. Charles J. Shields' portrait of her, Mockingbird, shows us a quietly reclusive, down-to-earth woman with an enormous gift and documents her struggle to live with that gift for the rest of her life. Shields' evocation of both the woman and her beautiful, sleepy and smoldering South are pitch perfect.

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