Author: Albert French
Publisher: Vintage
Category: Contemporary Fiction
Book Format: Paperback

In the small Mississippi town of Banes in 1938, time passes slowly and the town's inhabitants follow the same daily rhythm as they have done for years. The streets are hot and dusty and the old people watch the world go by from their porches. But Banes is a town torn apart by tragedy, divided by racial prejudice and haunted by the tale of Billy-Lee Turner, a ten-year-old boy executed for the murder of a white girl.Spanning four years, this sequel to Albert French's outstanding novel Billy focuses on his mother, Cinder, a woman whose beauty has always set her apart. It is a powerful story of heartbreak, community, history, and the ties that bind.

About Albert French
Albert French served four years in the Marines as an infantryman. After the service, he taught himself photography and worked as a medical photographer and staff journalist for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. In 1981 he created Pittsburgh Preview Magazine, which he published until 1988. He has written several novels, including Holly, I Can't Wait on God and a memoir, Patches of Fire.


SKU BK-9780099273271
Barcode # 9780099273271
Brand Vintage
Artist / Author Albert French
Shipping Weight 0.1400kg
Shipping Width 12.900m
Shipping Height 1.600m
Shipping Length 19.800m

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