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Aspiring author named Talmage Powell lived in Asheville and was gaining notoriety in the 1940s. He became infamous for spy and adventure stories published in various journals with nine stories in print during 1946. His work was also included in an anthology which collected the best detective stories of 1945.
Hurley discusses the literary creations of Asheville writer Sarah Addison Allen. Her newest novel is The Peach Keeper. A previous novel, Garden Spells, made the New York Time's best-seller list.
Best-selling author of 'Water for Elephants' discusses her life since the success of the book and what inspires her new novel 'At the Water's Edge.'