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Author William Rawlings, Jr. to appear at Ogeechee Tech
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      In “The Mile High Club,” best-selling Georgia novelist William Rawlings has brought the reader the latest Matt Rutherford adventure.  
      Rawlings will appear at the Ogeechee Technical College Joseph E. Kennedy Building auditorium at 9:30a.m. on Tuesday. The public is invited to hear Rawlings’ presentation and there is no charge.
      After reading excerpts from his latest book and discussing that and other works, Rawlings will greet attendees in the Kennedy lobby. Copies of “The Mile High Club” will be available to purchase and he will autograph copies, or any other of his books which fans may bring.
      “The Mile High Club” begins when the naked body of a former girlfriend is discovered in the forest miles from the nearest road, no one can figure how she got there—until the discovery of a plane crash some thirty miles away containing her ID and a naked male body….  In a fast moving tale involving corporate greed, cutting edge research in bio-fuels, private jets and small town politics, plus the mysterious death of a seemingly innocent woman, Matt is drawn deeper into a web of deception that eventually threatens his very existence.
      This event is the second in a series of visits to Ogeechee Tech by southern authors, and is free to the public.  
      “We encourage anyone who may be a fan of William Rawlings, Jr., or someone who is simply interested in the literary world in general, to join us,” said Dr. Lynn Futch, OTC’s library services coordinator.

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