Fans of the Pulitzer Prize winning “To Kill a Mockingbird” know Harper Lee is planning to release an unexpected sequel to the famous story later this year. But, you may not know the private author has ties to the Sunflower State reports KSN.
Before she was internationally recognized for “To Kill a Mockingbird”, Harper Lee spent some time in Garden City working on another famous book.
Laurie Oshel is the assistant director of Finney County Historical Society. She says, “Lee came to Garden City in late 1959, early 1960 with Truman Capote.”