Author to host book signing at Buckhead's Barnes a...
by Neighbor Staff
10:47 AM, Tuesday, April 21
Scott A. Kelly, M.D., will sign copies of his new book, “What I’ve Learned from You: The Lessons of Life Taught to a Doctor by His Patients,” Thursday from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Barnes and Noble, 2900 Peachtree Road, Suite 310 in Buckhead. He is th...

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