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Linda Hitchcock
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Linda Hitchcock is an avid reader, book reviewer, freelance writer and member of the National Book Critics Circle. This Georgetown University educated former urbanite resides on a rocky, fossil strewn hilltop in rural south central Kentucky with her beloved husband John and one beautiful but intellectually challenged Russian Blue cat. She serves as a board member of Friends of Kentucky Libraries and is involved in many community activities including Glasgow Musicale, various genealogical societies, Friends of Warren County Public Library and volunteers at the historic Plaza Theatre.

Books reviewed by Linda Hitchcock

Too Bad to Die (05/13/15)
Bad Country (01/21/15)
Ghost Month (09/17/14)
A Man Called Ove (07/23/14)
Trieste (02/19/14)

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