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From the Publisher"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
"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 wonderful new book! . . . I'm sure it's going to touch a lot of people."
—Robin Roberts, Good Morning America
"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