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Join Author Clay G. Small at Barnes & Noble Preston Royal this Saturday, Feb. 11th at 2 pm.  
Clay will be leading a complimentary discussion surrounding his newly released novel, Heels over Head.   
 
For thirty years, Clay worked for PepsiCo, Inc. where he was the general counsel of nearly all of PepsiCo's current and former divisions, including Frito-Lay, Pepsi-Cola, Pizza Hut, Kentucky Fried Chicken, and PepsiCo Wines & Spirits.  Clay served as the senior vice president - managing attorney, PepsiCo, Inc.  In that position, he was responsible for all legal matters arising out of PepsiCo's global operating divisions.  
Clay received his JD from Southern Methodist University (member of Law Review and Barristers).  
He is a professor within the Cox School of Business at SMU and is a member of the Law School Executive Committee.  To learn more, please visit the author's website  www.claysmall.com
 
Here is what others are saying about Heels Over Head
 
'The result is a fast-paced, involving read that moves through many changes as protagonist Henry faces some of the biggest choices of his life, only to find that many of them have come full circle from the past. 
Without spilling the beans, suffice it to say that even with Henry's actions, all is not as it seems - and the door is left well open for further insights even as events lead to many surprises and an unexpected outcome for all.'
                      D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review 
 
'Clay G. Small's Heels Over Head furiously kicks in from page one and keeps on kicking right through the enthralling story lines of how misinterpretations and grudges can turn into deadly revenge.  I found myself in an all-out sprint of reading to get to the finish!" 
                      Rusty Rueff, Appointee to The President's Advisory Committee for the Arts 
 
'A raucous ride through the worlds of hoity-toity academia and high-stakes finance with conflicting undercurrents of ruinous revenge, mistaken distrust and enduring love controlling the flow - a fast-paced read that was hard to put down.' 
                     Hubert Crouch, author of Cried for No One and The Word 
 
 
 
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