Submitted by Laurie Greer on Sun, 2022-07-24 08:59
This page-turner is really three books in one: a social commentary on how America's southern racism bathes northern cities; a true-crime story about a senseless neighborhood murder; and an intimate account of a young Black man trying his best to get his life back after nine years in prison. All this happens only a stone's throw from Yale's idyllic campus in New Haven, Connecticut. They say your zip code shouldn't decide your destiny. In this case, it's shocking what a difference a few streets can make.
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Published: W. W. Norton & Company - October 18th, 2022