The story pivots from the death of black victim Dickie Marrow. Dickie was a young husband, father, and father-to-be whose live was snatched by three perpetrators "because they could!" The author follows his own personal progression from his childhood confusion about the neighborhood event to his adult yearning to learn "Why?" The writing and reading bring the deep South to life during the civil rights era. The book is good; so worth my time and money. I had hours of "on the edge" enjoyment.
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