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Horack Talley lawyer Phillip Lewis writes first novel, The Barrowfields


A richly textured coming-of-age story about fathers and sons, home and family, recalling classics by Thomas Wolfe and William Styron, by a powerful new voice in fiction.

Mythic in its sweep and mesmeric in its prose, THE BARROWFIELDS is a breathtaking debut about the darker side of devotion, the limits of forgiveness, and the reparative power of shared pasts.

– SIBA Okra Pick

Horack Talley litigation lawyer Phillip Lewis is the author of the novel The Barrowfields, which was published in the U.S. by the Crown Publishing Group on March 7, 2017.

Phillip Lewis is a litigator whose practice consists of resolving a broad spectrum of legal disputes involving real property with a focus on title issues. He has successfully handled hundreds of real property cases across North Carolina. In addition to writing literary fiction, Phillip plays several musical instruments, collects rare books, and studies language. Phillip also enjoys distance running, kayaking, and riding his mountain bike at the U.S. National Whitewater Center. He is a member of the Thomas Wolfe Society and the Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore.

For more information about The Barrowfields, please follow this link to publisher, Penguin and Random House.

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