April 16, 2007
Thomasville-- Delia Owens and her husband Mark spent twenty-three years conducting research on endangered species in Africa.
They recently wrote their third book, "Secrets of the Savannah." They're coming to the Thomasville cultural center for a book signing and lecture.
"It'll keep people on the edge or their seats because their talk is just spellbinding, you'll want to buy all three books after you've seen them talk," said Ruthie Pfaff, a Cultural Center volunteer.
The Owens will give their talk Tuesday at the Thomasville Cultural Center, at 10:00 am and 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $15, and $5 for students.
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