President Carter Tries Hand at Fiction Former President Jimmy Carter has 18 books to his credit -- including memoirs and non-fiction -- reflecting on his work as a mediator, his life in the White House, his childhood and his spiritual life. His first book of fiction, The Hornet's Nest, is now out in paperback.

President Carter Tries Hand at Fiction

President Carter Tries Hand at Fiction

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Former President Jimmy Carter has 18 books to his credit — including memoirs and non-fiction — reflecting on his work as a mediator, his life in the White House, his childhood and his spiritual life. His first book of fiction, The Hornet's Nest, is now out in paperback.

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