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  • Elaine's book about Ferriday is stunningly good, unpatronising and deeply human. properly taking the focus away from her salacious personal life and onto her work, particularly her later non-fiction stuff: Elvis and Gladys and Ferriday, Louisiana.

    A Different Stripe:

  • Elaine's book about Ferriday is stunningly good, unpatronising and deeply human. properly taking the focus away from her salacious personal life and onto her work, particularly her later non-fiction stuff: Elvis and Gladys and Ferriday, Louisiana.

    In defense of Elaine Dundy

  • Rather than recruiting the race, the race organizers called the Ferriday chamber and asked if they would like to participate, Brooking said.

    The Natchez Democrat

  • Grudgingly, J.T. realizes he needs to call Ferriday’s principal to at least discuss whether or not they can still play.

    Hurricane Season

  • Grudgingly, J.T. realizes he needs to call Ferriday’s principal to at least discuss whether or not they can still play.

    Hurricane Season

  • Before The Lights Went Out, by Patrick Ferriday VKP £20 is an elegant, engrossing centenary history by a fresh pen of the 1912 one-off triangular Test series between England, Australia and South Africa.

    William Hill must be brought to book for sport prize's lack of joy | Frank Keating

  • Morris was asleep inside the wooden store in Ferriday on Dec. 10, 1964.

    Small-Town Outlet Links Ex-Klansman To 1964 Killing

  • Morris was asleep inside the wooden store in Ferriday on Dec. 10, 1964.

    Small-Town Outlet Links Ex-Klansman To 1964 Killing

  • If you only know Elaine Dundy through her novels (the ones we publish were written early in her career) then you probably don't know that Dundy was the author of Elvis and Gladys, a well-regarded biography of the singer and his mother ( "my friends thought I'd gone not only out of my mind but my realm" she wrote in her biography, Life Itself) and Ferriday, Louisiana.

    Authors and others

  • If you only know Elaine Dundy through her novels (the ones we publish were written early in her career) then you probably don't know that Dundy was the author of Elvis and Gladys, a well-regarded biography of the singer and his mother ( "my friends thought I'd gone not only out of my mind but my realm" she wrote in her biography, Life Itself) and Ferriday, Louisiana.

    Another Side of Elaine Dundy

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