this book hardly mentions the kkk. it instead describes the perils and difficult times of african americans during the reconstruction period post civil war in detail. it's quite interesting in that respect, but i wanted to hear how the kkk grew and why it still exists in america, etc. i feel it was advertised as something that it was not.
i always love the preston/child books- esp. the pendergast ones. and even though this is not an agent pendergast novel i enjoyed it immensely. worth the money ;)
what an interesting story- combines mystery, mental illness, affairs.... i usually only listen to top 10 mystery/thriller books...... this author should be there.
i tried this book based on the reviews of the series and a desperation for a new mystery. omg i want to slowly strangle the narrator. her mmmmmmmmadam mutswu or whatever made me want to pull my hair out one strand at a time. by the roots.
use this story instead of ambien
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