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Montgomery's Children

Montgomery's Children

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by Richard H. Perry
     
 

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Until 1946, Montgomery was a modestly affluent, quiet town in central New York State. Its small, self-contained black community pursued its even ways, at peace with itself and the surrounding woodland.

In 1960, Montgomery had a four-lane highway, racetrack, resort hotels, supermarkets, porno movies, prostitution, a thriving drug trade, and a growing population,

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Until 1946, Montgomery was a modestly affluent, quiet town in central New York State. Its small, self-contained black community pursued its even ways, at peace with itself and the surrounding woodland.

In 1960, Montgomery had a four-lane highway, racetrack, resort hotels, supermarkets, porno movies, prostitution, a thriving drug trade, and a growing population, white and black. The blessings of civilization had arrived.

By 1980 ... but that's the spellbinding adventure of Montgomery's Children. Deftly weaving past and present with the narrative threads of a few black families, this tale is brilliantly imaginative and suspenseful; it compellingly blends love and sacrifice, friendship and vengeance, magic and despair, incest and murder.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781885478252
Publisher:
Genesis Press, Incorporated
Publication date:
01/28/1998
Edition description:
2ND
Pages:
282
Product dimensions:
5.54(w) x 8.48(h) x 0.66(d)

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