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"What a gripping book Count Them One by One is. It brings to life a fifty-year-old civil rights case in Mississippi that helped start our nation on the road to racial democracy . . . For me, this book is a stirring journey in time . . . Count Them One by One could be a great movie. It has heroes and villains, and it teaches lessons of freedom and justice. Those are lessons we should learn, again, and so should our children."
--Armand Derfner, Charleston Post and Courier
"A wonderful new book! . . . I'm sure it's going to touch a lot of people."
--Robin Roberts, Good Morning America
"Martin's gift as a storyteller invites readers to understand the heroes and villains and why they acted as they did . . . He makes the story lively and suspenseful."
--Choice, American Library Association
"A masterful combination of historical memoir and scholarly research."
--John Dittmer, professor emeritus of history, DePauw University, author of Local People: The Struggle for Civil Rights in Mississippi