A Year of Madness by G.Franklin Prue

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This work is a lifetime project that details the horrors of the civil rights period and a little boy caught in the middle of the intensity of times around him...as the community battles it's own internal demons to fix the problems in their town outside Washington, D.C.

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G.Franklin Prue is a Writer, World traveler and Educator. His poetry and short stories are published in intellicacy.com, miller's pond andLonzie's Fried Chicken Southern Literary Journal. He is presently working on The John Husker Detective series. G.Franklin Prue lives in Seattle Washington.
Published October 8, 2011 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 253 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Though enemies, Bobby and Ringnose are largely motivated by the same deep-seated rage, a resentment cultivated from years of struggling under racial inequality, but Bobby’s quest for revenge is never adequately tied to that anger specifically, while Ringnose’s lust for power seems born of simple ...

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