The Prince of Frogtown by Rick Bragg
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The Prince of Frogtown Summary
In this final volume of the beloved American saga that began with All Over but the Shoutin and continued with Avas Man, Rick Bragg closes his circle of family stories with an unforgettable tale about fathers and sons inspired by his own relationship with his ten-year-old stepson.
The Prince of Frogtown Reviews
"This book, much like his previous two memoirs, is lush with narratives about manhood, fathers and sons, families and the changing face of the rural South." - Publishers Weekly.
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Rated of 5
Rick Bragg Author Biography
Rick Bragg (born 1959) was born in the small city of Piedmont in northeastern Alabama and grew up in the community of Possum
Trot near Jacksonville. He worked at several newspapers before joining the New York Times in 1994. He covered murders
and unrest in Haiti, then wrote about the Oklahoma City bombing, the Jonesboro killings, the Susan Smith
trial and more as a national correspondent based in Atlanta.
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