Added to her troubles, the enigmatic agent Rick Laughlin is working at the academy while preparing for a trial, and he's convinced Lucy should not be FBI and goes out of his way to prove that. In between the scenes with Lucy and the people she interacts with are first-person narratives from the younger brother of a murder victim from years ago.When it is determined that a number of new murders are related to this old case and the now-grown brother, which Lucy worked on as a consultant, the FBI steps in and searches for a killer who is equally skilled at eluding them.We begin the list with our special “Hall of Fame” — those nine Memphians who have been named to every “Who’s Who” list since we began compiling them in 1984.The regular “Who’s Who” then begins on page 58, with a special “Out-of-Towners” section on pages 113 through 115.But did you know we also offer discounts at certain levels? And with larger quantities, save up to an additional xx%!(So, for all you value-seekers out there, the more you buy, the more you save.) What a deal! For exact prices on particular products and number of units, check out the bulk price list here » "Cafe Press has a great website which is easy to use and has so many great products that I had a difficult time trying to choose which items to buy.
Every year our staff faces one of its toughest challenges — looking back at the events of the past year and selecting those Memphians who played the largest role in our city’s present and future.
His mother said she was in the East gymnasium Friday when a young girl rushed in and shouted: "Little Glenn's been shot! as a 15-year-old boy was trying to break up a fight between several women in the parking lot behind East High School after a basketball game with Central High.
" "I was looking for him," said Icy Mae Franklin... She said the suspects had been threatening his 20-year-old sister.
A longtime booster, activist, and participant in downtown development, probably best known for bringing back The Peabody hotel.
The driving force behind Peabody Place, a two-million-square-foot mixed-use development stretching for eight blocks downtown and one of the largest single historic renovation projects in the U. Has worked with the Memphis Housing Authority and Henry Turley Company to develop Uptown, including the demolition of the Hurt Village housing project and redevelopment of approximately 1,000 new single-family and multifamily units near St. Also partnered in downtown projects such as Harbor Town and South Bluffs.