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Entire Second Printing Of Kentucky Author James HIgdon's "Cornbread Mafia" Stolen
Published: May 11, 2012 | | 1433 Clicks
A semi trailer containing 1,600 copies of "The Cornbread Mafia" by Kentucky author James Higdon was stolen from a storage lot in Elgin, Ill., on the night of April 28, according to police in the town, located about 40 miles west of Chicago.

The trailer contained the book's entire second printing, as well as shipments of hardware fasteners, sheet steel, copper wire and 10 pallets of electric coffee makers.

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