Cyndi Williams-Barnier and Jack Gannon, authors of "Murder in Twos and Threes," are the organizers of "A 'Novel' Wine Tasting and Literacy Festival, "which will be held Oct. 26 in Ridgeland.
Cyndi Williams-Barnier and Jack Gannon, authors of "Murder in Twos and Threes," are the organizers of "A 'Novel' Wine Tasting and Literacy Festival, "which will be held Oct. 26 in Ridgeland. Submitted photo
Cyndi Williams-Barnier and Jack Gannon, authors of "Murder in Twos and Threes," are the organizers of "A 'Novel' Wine Tasting and Literacy Festival, "which will be held Oct. 26 in Ridgeland. Submitted photo

Lowcountry authors to gather for 'A "Novel" Wine Tasting and Literary Festival' at Ridgeland vineyard

October 20, 2013 12:01 AM

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