Taking Lottie Home

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G.K. Hall, 2001 - Fiction - 379 pages
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TAKING LOTTIE HOME

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Two turn-of-the-century ballplayers, cut from their team, encounter a backwoods goddess in rural Georgia. Beautiful Lottie Barton will love one, but marry the other. Foster Lanier is a washed-up ... Read full review

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Section 1
7
Section 2
9
Section 3
29
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About the author (2001)

Terry Kay was born February 10, 1938 in Royston, Georgia. He grew up there and became a well known novelist. Perhaps his most well-known book is To Dance with the White Dog, which was made into a Hallmark Hall of Fame television movie starring Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy in 1983. He is also the author of such best-selling works as Dark Thirty, Shadow Song, After Eli, and The Runaway. He won an Emmy for his screenplay Run Down the Rabbit. Kay's novel The Valley of Light won the 2004 Townsend Prize for Fiction. He won the 1981 Georgia Author of the Year Award for After Eli, and the Southeastern Library Association named him Outstanding Author of the Year in 1991 for To Dance with the White Dog. He published The Book of Marie in 2007.

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