A career journalist, David Cox has worked as a reporter, photographer, editor, publisher, editorial cartoonist and editorial page editor for newspapers ranging from 1,800 to 260,000 in circulation. He was won a dozen national writing awards and more than 150 awards from state press associations, mostly for editorials and columns. A former president of the Arkansas Press Association, he won the 1997 I.F. Stone Award for “exposing the misuse of government power.” He is a graduate of Concordia University Nebraska and a former Lutheran school teacher. He and his wife of 32 years live in Paducah, Kentucky. They have five children and one grandchild.
by David Cox
A conspiracy of circumstances lands rising newspaper reporter Grayson McLeod in the tiny Ozarks hamlet of Indian Lakes Village as editor of the weekly White Horse Mountain Chronicle. He is given one year to rescue the newspaper, which is in danger of closing. But Grayson puts his own life in more immediate danger as he exposes corruption in the county political machine.
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