James Patterson's Documentary Brings the Plight of Two Small Towns into Focus

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A still from James Patterson's documentary, "Murder of a Small Town," which focuses on two communities Florida, west of Palm Beach.

Best-selling author James Patterson wrote and hosts the new documentary, “Murder of a Small Town,” directed by Emmy-winning reporter Tim Malloy and available on Video On Demand on Sept. 9th. Patterson looks at two rural communities in Florida, Pahokee and Belle Glade, which have been abandoned by industry and largely ignored by affluent coastal communities to the east. 



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