Paul Hendrickson is an American author known for his works of non-fiction. Born in 1944, he has made significant contributions to the literary world with his unique storytelling style and meticulous research. Hendrickson’s writing primarily focuses on historical events and figures, particularly those related to American culture and society. He has a knack for delving into the lives of his subjects, providing readers with a deep understanding of their motivations and impact on the world.

Hendrickson’s notable works include “Hemingway’s Boat: Everything He Loved in Life, and Lost,” which explores the life of renowned author Ernest Hemingway and his love for the sea. Another significant work is “Sons of Mississippi: A Story of Race and Its Legacy,” where Hendrickson examines the lives of seven white Mississippi sheriffs during the Civil Rights era. Through his meticulous research and compelling storytelling, Hendrickson sheds light on the complex dynamics of race and power in the United States. His works have garnered critical acclaim and have been influential in shaping the genre of historical non-fiction.

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