Andover Author - Mary McGarry Morris

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Andover resident Mary McGarry Morris is a well known author,- both of novels and short stories, and a playwright. She was a finalist for both a National Book Award and a Pen/Faulkner Award for Vanished.

Songs in Ordinary Time was made into a movie for television and listed as an Oprah Book Club pick. A Dangerous Woman was made into a movie starring Debra Winger. She is the author of a play about the insanity trial of Mary Todd Lincoln

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--Eleanor 15:36, November 16, 2011 (EST)

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