About Lurline Morrow
A popular Book Reviewer, Dr. Morrow has entertained thousands of people since beginning her career as a book reviewer in 2004. Dr. Morrow received the first, and only, “Best Book Reviewer” award from the Dallas Observer in their “Best of Dallas” issue, 2006.
A graduate of The University of Texas at Austin, Lurline holds Master’s and Doctoral degrees from Southern Methodist University.
Each year Lurline brings to life the personalities behind the famous names. These reviews are designed to take you behind the scenes and into the lives of people whose contributions to society have earned them a place in history.
Lurline is a board member and founding member of The Dallas Professional Book Reviewers Association.
To schedule a review or speaking engagement, contact Dr. Morrow at Lmorrow33@gmail.com.
Luminaries: Women of Substance
Exhibitions of Courage in Politics, Exploration, Journalism, and Philanthropy.
This new review will present the lives of four women, each of whom left an indelible mark on the lives of thousands of people, at no small risk to her own.
The review is based on the lives of Patsy Jefferson, the eldest daughter of Thomas Jefferson, Mary Kingsley, a 19th Century British explorer, Dorothy Kilgallen, a prominent journalist and celebrity of the early 20th Century, and Joan Kroc, wife of Ray Kroc, founder of the McDonald's Corporation.
The review is taken from:
America's First Daughter, by Stephanie Dray & Laura Kamoie
A Voyager Out, by Katherine Frank
The Reporter Who Knew Too Much, by Mark Shaw
Ray and Joan, by Lisa Napoli