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Mollie Smith Waters
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Mollie Smith Waters is a teacher of humanities at a rural community college in Alabama. She has written book reviews for Bookkaholic, The Montgomery Advertiser, Southern Literary Review, Alabama Writers' Forum, and Camellia Magazine. Mollie enjoys a good mystery, crime, or thriller, but she is also a fan of historical fiction, Southern literature, and American classics. When she is not reading or teaching, she is involved in her community's theater group, which she helped create, or traveling the world.

Books reviewed by Mollie Smith Waters

Boy Erased (08/03/16)
Quiet Neighbors (06/01/16)
The Hours Count (11/18/15)

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