The literary establishment lost one of its finest members in 2004 when at the age of 53, Brown died unexpectedly. However, the "Rough South" author left behind a gift to readers...a final, almost complete manuscript, A Miracle of Catfish. In addition to writing, Brown was known as the "patron saint and friend to alt-country, anthem-folk, hillbilly, banjo-picking, Southern soliloquizing, bourbon-poisoned, frat-boy-followed and/or cop-chased musicians". Several music artists have honored the writer with a CD entitled Just One More.
Larry Brown is hailed as one of today's most talented Southern writers. With the release of each book, including Dirty Work, Father and Son, and Joe, reviewers and fans offer increasingly enthusiastic praise for the astonishing characters he creates. At 1... SEE MORE