Faces Along the Bar by Robert Cranny

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Faces Along the Bar is a masterful tale of a community swept up in the volatile racial and social tensions of the period, and a profound questioning of the reality and validity of the American dream.
 

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Published May 28, 2002 by Welcome Rain Publishers. 288 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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They want to believe Toby is guilty, and they have a witness, the unlikable Harry who stole Red’s first girlfriend while Red was in Korea.

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There are two viable suspects, a drunken army buddy of Red's, who was in the middle of an alcoholic blackout at the time of the murder, and a smarmy neighbor who claims he saw Toby emerging from the alley where Annie was killed.

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