John Knowles, whose coming-of-age novel ''A Separate Peace'' became required reading for generations of high school students, died on Thursday at a convalescent home in a suburb of Fort Lauderdale, Fla. He was Knowles died after a short illness, said his lawyer, Kenneth Hart. Encouraged by Thornton Wilder to write about his most vivid memories, Mr.
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A Century of Murder, Mayhem, and Fraud in Jacksonville
Do you really know your next door neighbor? Over the last century, Jacksonville has been the home of several interesting characters and residents who operated on the other side of the law. With Halloween right around the corner, here are a few from the city's notorious past.
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