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Don RossFlames after Midnight vividly captures that culture in all its repugnance, exploring the tenor of the times and delving into the character of the story's central figures. While it cannot by its nature be pleasant to read, it is a well-written and compelling history that in its scope extends beyond Kirven. Akers holds up a mirror so that we see ourselves, in historical retrospect, at our worst.
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