A House Divided

By Fredrick Barton
(Uno Press, Hardcover, 9780972814300, 352pp.)

Publication Date: July 2004

Other Editions of This Title: Paperback

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Set in the civil rights era, A House Divided explores the private and public lives of two men, united in philosophy and friendship but divided by race, class and the circumstances of their rearing--and how their personal choices affect their public lives. The novel is at once a murder mystery and a reflection on a turbulent time in American history.
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