Glass House by Christine Wiltz

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Book by Wiltz, Christine
 

About Christine Wiltz

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Wiltz is a mystery writer, documentary maker, and novelist.
 
Published January 1, 1994 by Louisiana State University Press. 208 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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Wiltz’s careers as mystery writer and TV documentarian influence this sociology-heavy novel, first published in 1994, which was inspired by the shooting of a New Orleans policeman in 1980, and its racially charged aftermath.

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The author of three mysteries (The Emerald Lizard, 1990, etc.) and coauthor of a TV documentary on David Duke, Wiltz was inspired by the 1980 shooting of a white New Orleans policeman and its bloody aftermath to focus on the issue of race relations in her city--resulting in a gripping, thought-pr...

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Drawn to Burgess, Thea begins to understand the fear and distrust blacks feel in reaction to the white community's suspicion and prejudice.

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