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THE AUTHOR OF THE LADY WHO SHOT LEE MORGAN WINS AN AWARD
(Published: June 14, 2016)

Larry Reni Thomas, a Chapel Hill, North Carolina-based, Wilmington, North Carolina native, was awarded The John B. Russwurm Journalism Award at The 22nd Annual Black Books Award , June 4, 2016, at The Nat Turner Library, Southhampton County, Virginia, for his latest book "The Lady Who Shot Lee Morgan" The book is about the late Helen Morgan, a former Wilmington, North Carolina resident, and her life with the famed legendary trumpet player Lee Morgan, whom she murdered February 19, 1972, in New York City, in the prime of his career. It is based on an interview Thomas conducted with her in February 1996, a month before she passed in March 1996. The book includes the exclusive interview, which has been posted on several internet sites and has been translated from English into French, Dutch, German, Spanish, Swedish, Russian, Japanese, Turkish and Indonesian.

Thomas is pictured above with author, publisher and director of Nat Turner Library, H. K. Khalifah. For more information call (434) 378-2140 or go to www.khabooks.com.

More Information: http://www.khabooks.com


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