Tulsa missing persons

In honor of National Missing Children’s Day tomorrow, the Tulsa World has done a feature on missing persons, including articles and casefiles for people missing from that area. It’s quite good and I found a lot of additional information there.

Also, the author of After Etan kindly sent me a free copy of her book, so I have returned the library’s copy. I’ll probably get it read sometime in this upcoming week, and I promise to review it on this blog and elsewhere. I love cataloging and reviewing books, like on Goodreads and Librarything.

2 thoughts on “Tulsa missing persons

  1. Karen May 24, 2009 / 6:35 pm

    Lisa Cohen is doing a book talk/signing in New York this week. I’ll let you know what she says.

  2. Anthony May 24, 2009 / 7:00 pm

    Huzzah for the World! Since I’m barely an hour from Tulsey Town, I suppose I’ll have to trail on down to the ice house on the corner and purchase a copy, to support beleagured print media.

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