Q&A: John Evans, Owner, Lemuria Book Store

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Published: April 3,2011

Tags: John Evans, Lemuria Book Store, Q&A

Changing with the times After 36 years, adaptation just part of the business John Evans, 60, opened Lemuria Book Store in his hometown in 1975 with the goal of providing Jackson with the best book store he could offer. Thirty-six years later, he still pursues that goal. Having weathered the storm of the big-box stores, […]

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