Gin Phillips

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Gin Phillips (Birmingham, Alabama) is an American author. Her first novel,The Well and the Mine, was awarded the 2009 Barnes & Noble Discover Award, a $10,000 prize for a first novel.[1] Her second novel, Come in and Cover Me, was published in 2012. She published two novels for children:The Hidden Summer in 2013 and A Little Bit of Spectacular in 2015..

Phillips grew up in Montgomery, Alabama, and graduated from Birmingham–Southern College in 1997.[1] Her second novel, Come in and Cover Me, is a mystery novel about an archeologist in New Mexico who experiences visions of a 12th-century potter from the Mimbres culture.[2][3]

Bibliography[edit]

  • The Well and The Mine (2009)
  • Come In and Cover Me (2012)
  • The Hidden Summer (2013)
  • A Little Bit of Spectacular (2015)
  • Fierce Kingdom (2017)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Carlton, Bob (22 March 2009). "National award shines light on local author Gin Phillips". Birmingham News. Retrieved 17 April 2012.
  2. ^ Rhule, Patty (29 January 2012). "Rev. of Phillips, Come In and Cover Me". USA Today. Retrieved 17 April 2012.
  3. ^ Barry, Brunonia (28 February 2009). "Rev. of Phillips, Come In and Cover Me". The Washington Post. Retrieved 17 April 2012.

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