Woodrow's trumpet: a novel
The farms of sleepy Oak Hills are losing ground to designer houses for yuppies in this heart-warming tale of the New South. When Woodrow Bunce builds a beach in his front yard complete with sand, palms, and plastic flamingos, the ordinance-seeking yuppies are in an uproar.
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Review: Woodrow's TrumpetUser Review - Tyrone Everett - Goodreads
Tim McLaurin was a Southern born and educated writer who eerily captured both the White & Black southern culture of the 50's 60's and 70's. He had an ingenious mentality for putting the reader in the ... Read full review
Review: Woodrow's TrumpetUser Review - Goodreads
I got this book after hearing an homage to the late Chapel Hill author, Tim McLaurin, on our local NPR station. His friends who spoke about him - profs at UNC and Duke, I think - made him sound as ...