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A Killing at Cotton Hill
But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works. Home Groups Talk Zeitgeist. I'll take care of it. The new book serves as a vivid reminder that racism and segregation didn't disappear with Civil Rights legislation in the s. Was this something that you felt strongly about exploring?
I think that crime fiction is an effective way to talk about society and the way things are going, good and bad. But when I started this book, it wasn't first and foremost in my mind. It was only as the story grew that I realized that this should become a major part of what the book is about.
Many loyal readers might be shocked to discover that Samuel's beloved wife Jeanne is something of a racist. Well, she had just died when the first book opened, so people have gotten to know her through his lenses, which are rose-colored.
He remembers only the good things, which is what happens after someone you love dies. You start to push away parts that were not so great. Shames will discuss her book and sign copies at p. Thursday, Jan.source
A Killing at Cotton Hill : A Samuel Craddock Mystery