Instead of a writer’s block, best-selling mystery author John Grisham is having to deal with Chapel Hill residents over the desired removal of four cottages that back up to his land. Grisham owns a home on Franklin St., along with the four lots that the cottages sit on. According to the author, him and his wife are tired of tenants parking on their land, and want easier access to Battle Park. Residents claim that either demolishing or moving the one-bedroom cottages takes away from the landscape of the entire town. It sounds like this could be a scene that fits right into his book “The Appeal.” Stay tuned.
By: The Point Staff
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