(ATR) Two new books and the Hollywood film they inspired are putting the Centennial Olympics host city in the literary and silver screen spotlight.
All three works center on an unintended icon of the 1996 Atlanta Games — Richard Jewell, the part-time security guard who found a pipe bomb in the urban park created as a fan gathering spot. Before the device detonated, Jewell helped move hundreds of spectators and saved countless lives.
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Publié en partenariat avec Around the Rings