Harper Lee's sister gives glimpses of reclusive author's life
Alice Finch Lee tells documentary maker Mary McDonagh Murphy that her sister 'grew up quite the little tomboy'
Glimpses into the family life of the famously reclusive author of To Kill A Mockingbird, Harper Lee, have been given by her sister Alice, a practising lawyer who recently turned 100.
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