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March 14, 2013 12:10 PM

Novel 'A White Wind Blew' revisits Louisville during the TB epidemic

From 1910 to the early 1960s, hundreds suffering from tuberculosis, "the white plague," streamed into the Waverly Hills Sanatorium in southwestern Louisville. Novelist James Markert revisits that era in his new novel, "A White Wind Blew."

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