The ultimate noir thriller is back!
New Orleans. Mardi Gras. 1958.
The half-mad, half-black son of a white gangster wants vengeance for his mother's murder.
He'll tear the world apart to get it.
By the way, his white father's the one who killed her.
The historical novel of five black and Indian teenagers in 1895 who terrorized Indian lands in a vain attempt to wrest them back from U.S. encroachment and white men’s control.
Based on the shocking true story, a uniquely American quest for glory and redemption in 1895.
At the dawn of the Reagan 80s, a wealthy recent Harvard graduate sets off to learn more about the country he’s seeing redefined all around him. He discovers a place darker and more dangerous in its terrifying innocence than anything he’d imagined, a place from which he barely escapes alive.
In 1995 Los Angeles, the gruesome death of Father Alex Shipman, a young Catholic priest who was also the scion of a wealthy, internationally famous political family, leads an investigator to truths that could shatter—or redeem—the faith of millions.
Non-fiction that considers how to move beyond the painful racial framing imposed on our slave forebears hundreds of years ago through mining the rich, Afro-American historical record and the astonishing cultural treasure that we have forged over hundreds of years.