By Jeff Stetson
Within the Sixties, racism was once rampant in Jackson, Mississippi, and it used to be universal for white males stuck within the act of killing blacks to be acquitted by means of all-white juries. yet forty years later, anyone is looking for justice; those self same males are turning up useless - within the exact demeanour during which they killed their sufferers. Now, James Reynolds, who has conquer the chances - and his personal own demons - to develop into the one black prosecutor in Jackson, will face the hardest case of his existence: He'll need to prosecute best suspect Martin Matheson, a super professor, the son of a commemorated Civil Rights chief, and the newly appointed folks hero for millions of African americans hungry for retribution.
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Blood on the Leaves by Jeff Stetson