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Due South: Dispatches from Down Home

by R. Scott Brunner

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This book of Southern-flavored essays was cute but too slight to draw this Yankee in. ( )
  satyridae | Apr 5, 2013 |
A collection of essays in homage to the author's boyhood South, among other topics. They really read more like columns, but never mind. The essays are warm, nostalgic, occasionally profound, occasionally funny. Call it comfort food; I finished the book with a nice fuzzy feeling about folks and the world. It's not particularly memorable or moving, but it's a good book that fills a need in a world that could always be a little nicer. ( )
  burnit99 | Jan 1, 2007 |
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Now in paperback — the enormously popular essays Fannie Flagg called “as charming and welcome as an early spring down home.”

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