Grace Hawthorne captures the spirit and tobacco-stained flavor of the 20s with a sharp eye and acerbic keyboard. Any student of old-time politics in general and Southern politics in particular should put this book on their must-read list.”

Rob Levin, President, Bookhouse Group

 

“Shorter’s Way is a delightful journey through the researched and remembered landmarks of Atlanta’s rich history.”

Martha Tate, Psychotherapist and Workshop Leader


“From the first sentence Grace Hawthorne’s writing comes visually alive as she unrolls a movie in the reader’s mind. Her work is descriptively captivating.”

Donald Davis, Storyteller and Author

 

“I am familiar with Grace Hawthorne’s ability to make her characters come alive.

Lisa Wiley, Carter Presidential Center

 

“‘Those years taught Willie the value of a good story.’ So remembers Willie Shorter and it’s clear that Grace Hawthorne knows the value of a good story too.”

John Gentile, Professor, Kennesaw State University

Praise for Shorter's Way

“Grace Hawthorne captures the spirit and tobacco-stained flavor of the 20s with a sharp eye and acerbic keyboard. Any student of old-time politics in general and Southern politics in particular should put this book on their must-read list.”

Rob Levin, President, Bookhouse Group

 

“Shorter’s Way is a delightful journey through the researched and remembered landmarks of Atlanta’s rich history.”

Martha Tate, Psychotherapist and Workshop Leader

“From the first sentence Grace Hawthorne’s writing comes visually alive as she unrolls a movie in the reader’s mind. Her work is descriptively captivating.”

Donald Davis, Storyteller and Author

 

“I am familiar with Grace Hawthorne’s ability to make her characters come alive.

Lisa Wiley, Carter Presidential Center

 

“‘Those years taught Willie the value of a good story.’ So remembers Willie Shorter and it’s clear that Grace Hawthorne knows the value of a good story too.”

John Gentile, Professor, Kennesaw State University

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