Ed Grisamore stands in the Monroe County Courthouse in Monroeville, Alabama, in 2004, where Harper Lee grew up watching her father practice law before she wrote “To Kill a Mockingbird.”
Ed Grisamore stands in the Monroe County Courthouse in Monroeville, Alabama, in 2004, where Harper Lee grew up watching her father practice law before she wrote “To Kill a Mockingbird.” SPECIAL TO THE TELEGRAPH
Ed Grisamore stands in the Monroe County Courthouse in Monroeville, Alabama, in 2004, where Harper Lee grew up watching her father practice law before she wrote “To Kill a Mockingbird.” SPECIAL TO THE TELEGRAPH

Gris: Me and Harper Lee

February 10, 2015 10:39 PM

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About Ed Grisamore

Ed Grisamore

Ed Grisamore began writing for the Telegraph in the late 1970s through mid-May 2015.