Tom Berry


Tom Berry,born and rasied in Gulfport,Ms graduating from Gulfport High, attending Washington and Lee University and Mississippi State University before receiving his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Mississippi, then practising law for forty-seven years on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
At Ole Miss he was an Asociae Editor for the Mississippi Law Journal.
An avid fisherman he was a regular columnist for the Gulf Coast Fishing News. As a fly fisheman he still ties flies while demonstrating them at various conclaves and fly fishing fairs throughout the U.S. and England. He has written two books on fly tying: Mississippi Mudbugs Beginner's Manual and Breakthrough Flies soon to be published in e-books. During his last eight years as a trial lawyer, he served as a Public Defender. When Hurricane Katrina wrecked the coast, he retired, migrating to Arkansas where he now resides and writes novels.

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False Grits
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 145,790. Language: English. Published: November 23, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » General
George Murfrey born on the Mississippi Gulf Coast with a shameful birth defect that cause him to be shunned through childhood in which he was nicknamed Farts Murfrey. While being tried for murder and terrorism in Gulfport because of his letting loose his noxious gases in Walmart in which a lady died, The U.S. Army intervenes recruiting him for Special Forces, becoming a hero. Lots of laughs.

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afghanistan    army    battlefield    boy scouts    chrisitian conversion    combat    commission    court    funny    hero    iraq    laughs    pakistam    poisonous gas    special forces    terrorists    trial