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Laurence Leamer
Worked at Newsweek for one unhappy year many years ago. Since them I've been a freelance writer. I've had five New York Times bestsellers. My play Rose will be produced later this year off-Broadway.
Attended Antioch College, Universite de Besancon, The Universitiy of Oregon, Columbia University
Lives in Palm Beach, FL and Washington, DC
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  • Newsweek for one unhappy year many years ago. Since them I've been a freelance writer. I've had five New York Times bestsellers. My play Rose will be produced later this year off-Broadway.
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Palm Beach, FL and Washington, DC
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Nepal - Washington, DC 20037
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Laurence Leamer is a bestselling author whose new book, tentatively titled The Darkest Valley is the story of three iconic southern men: George Wallace, Klan leader Robert Shelton, and civil rights lawyer Morris Dees. The narrative focuses on the 1981 lynching of Michael Donald in Mobile, Alabama. Leamer's previous book, The Price of Justice, is the story of two Pittsburgh lawyers and their decade and a half struggle for justice against Massey Energy and Don Blankenship, the most powerful coal baron in American history. John Grisham says The Price of Justice is "superb...This is a book I wish I had written."
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I'm the Leamer brother who pronounces his name Lay-mer.  My brothers have given up.
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Still trying to kick butt.
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  • Antioch College, Universite de Besancon, The Universitiy of Oregon, Columbia University
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