Feldman’s gripping new novel recounts the story of nine young black men in 1931 Alabama accused of fighting and the crime of rape. The book, Scottsboro, based on a shocking true story of racism, sexism and anti-Semitism, is a dramatic account of an incredible and seemingly doomed struggle to save the youths from the electric chair. Feldman’s previous books include The Boy Who Loved Anne Frank and Lucy (about Franklin D. Roosevelt’s lover). (christiguc)
Next to Love 365 copies, 75 reviews
The Boy Who Loved Anne Frank 335 copies, 15 reviews
Scottsboro 257 copies, 29 reviews
Lucy 191 copies, 6 reviews
Terrible Virtue 92 copies, 9 reviews
Paris Never Leaves You 79 copies, 19 reviews
The Unwitting 48 copies, 7 reviews
Spark Notes Frankenstein (Author) 35 copies
God Bless the Child 31 copies
Too Close for Comfort 26 copies
Looking for Love 23 copies
Spark Notes Lord of the Flies 21 copies
Rearview Mirror 16 copies
A.K.A. Katherine Walden 6 copies, 1 review
Conjugal Rites 5 copies
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