|Old Courthouse, Monroeville|
But they did. And the world celebrated one of them again as the clock struck twelve midnight on the evening of May 13. That hour marked the official release of what is already being called by some "the biggest book of the decade," Harper Lee's new novel Go Set a Watchman. And in Monroeville, along with a few hundred locals, the rest of the world was watching. Within a few minutes of my arrival at the old county courthouse (sometimes called Atticus's courthouse), I had already spoken to representatives from CNN, the AP, and people from the Netherlands and England about what was planned for the evening and where it was all going to happen.
|Ol' Curiosities and Bookshoppe|
|Outside Old Courthouse|
|Tribute to Atticus Finch, the Lawyer|
Well...if you say so, man.