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Baptized in Sweet Tea: A Collection of Ken…

Baptized in Sweet Tea: A Collection of Ken Burger's Columns Celebrating…

by Ken Burger

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0983445729, Paperback)

Ken Burger, award-winning author and columnist, left the newspaper world in July. "Baptized in Sweet Tea" commemorates all that he loves about South Carolina. Accentuated by color photographs that capture Southern culture, this book celebrates our state at its finest. "Baptized in Sweet Tea is written with the warmth and wit of a southern storyteller at his best. Ken Burger's collection of columns are filled with unforgettable images, incidents, and people from different aspects of southern culture. I recommend that you sit on the porch with this book and a glass of sweet tea and enjoy every word." - Mary Alice Monroe, NYT Best-selling author.

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