Author Linda Lee Morrison-Mathews’s new book “Down at the Courthouse” is a lighthearted memoir of eight terms in elected office in Coldwater, Michigan

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Recent release “Down at the Courthouse” from Page Publishing author Linda Lee Morrison-Mathews is an entertaining reflection on her thirty years in elected office in the Branch County Courthouse southern Michigan. As the first woman elected to office in that courthouse in many decades, she unflinchingly faced overt sexism and myriad crises that she overcame with courage and determination to serve the people of her county.

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Linda Lee Morrison-Mathews is a native Michigander who was elected eight consecutive times at the Branch County Courthouse in Coldwater, Michigan, and enjoys cooking, traveling, raising cats, writing, and art. She has published her new book “Down at the Courthouse”: an engaging autobiography detailing major events in her pioneering and turbulent political career.

The author shares, “Linda Lee Morrison-Mathews—the lady with the longest name ever to run for a political office.

This book is true facts of happenings, and it is unbelievable that I am writing about this today. I smile about the characters that I have immortalized in such confidential and personal incidents that actually happened. Some for the good of society and some not so good.

Some will be shocked that they are in my writings and in my thoughts forever. However, isn’t that the way it is with us all?

Thanks for reading and purchasing my book, and I hope for the future you will have experiences that will be as great as mine. And that America will always have the freedom of speech to express ourselves personally, in books, writings, and in the press.

God bless our America, our people, and our leaders; we certainly need all the help we can get no matter who we are.

After thoughts of my life ventures at the courthouse standout, I ask, where could you every day live out a real-life adventure such as this has been? The diversity of lives meeting that came through those doors. I look at each one as individuals, thinking their own thoughts, living their own lives, and sometimes befriending me.”

Published by Page Publishing, Linda Lee Morrison-Mathews’s engrossing book is a vivid portrait of a political trailblazer in Branch County, Michigan.

Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Down at the Courthouse” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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