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Pocket Full of Pie by Thomas Clay, Jr.

Pocket Full of Pie

by Thomas Clay, Jr.

230 pages
Thomas Clay is a political commentator raised in Kentucky. His family tree has generations of prominent lawyers, whose conservative proclivities molded him into a liberal rakehell with a following of over 500,000 people. Pocket Full of Pie, a collection of essays about Clay’s extraordinary life, is his first book.

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About the Book
This book is a movable feast of anecdotes from growing up in Kentucky. I have been told that I have an interesting family and way with the words.

Most of these essays are comprised of pivotal moments in my life that shaped and molded me into the person I am today. I've run into my share of villains, rascals and heroes on my time on earth and I have tried to illuminate their vices and virtues in a way to make a broader point which has resonated with enough people who told me that I should write a book.

So here it is, the first of many I hope.

 

 

About the Author
Thomas Clay is a political commentator raised in Kentucky. His family tree has generations of prominent lawyers, whose conservative proclivities molded him into a liberal rakehell with a following of over 500,000 people.

Pocket Full of Pie, a collection of essays about Clay’s extraordinary life, is his first book.

 

 

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