SCC instructor Gravis signs book


Sampson Community College instructor and author Lew Gravis, left, signs a copy of his book ‘To Kill For A Fortune’ for Carol Phipps and others during a book signing hosted at the SCC Library on Wednesday. Gravis, who is currently working on his second book, has received some extra attention in recent weeks as he signed a deal with publishers to put ‘To Kill For A Fortune’ in print earlier this year.


Sampson Community College instructor and author Lew Gravis, left, signs a copy of his book ‘To Kill For A Fortune’ for Carol Phipps and others during a book signing hosted at the SCC Library on Wednesday. Gravis, who is currently working on his second book, has received some extra attention in recent weeks as he signed a deal with publishers to put ‘To Kill For A Fortune’ in print earlier this year.

Sampson Community College instructor and author Lew Gravis, left, signs a copy of his book ‘To Kill For A Fortune’ for Carol Phipps and others during a book signing hosted at the SCC Library on Wednesday. Gravis, who is currently working on his second book, has received some extra attention in recent weeks as he signed a deal with publishers to put ‘To Kill For A Fortune’ in print earlier this year.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_SCCsigning.jpgSampson Community College instructor and author Lew Gravis, left, signs a copy of his book ‘To Kill For A Fortune’ for Carol Phipps and others during a book signing hosted at the SCC Library on Wednesday. Gravis, who is currently working on his second book, has received some extra attention in recent weeks as he signed a deal with publishers to put ‘To Kill For A Fortune’ in print earlier this year.

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