Streets of Fire by Thomas H. Cook

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Streets of Fire

At the height of the Civil Rights movement, a young girl's murder stirs racial

tensions in Birmingham, Alabama.

'Cook doesn't use the civil rights movement merely as a conveniently atmospheric backdrop; he weaves it through the plot in sharp, unexpected ways.' -- Publishers Weekly.

At the height of the Civil Rights movement, a young girl's murder stirs racial

tensions in Birmingham, Alabama.

'Cook doesn't use the civil rights movement merely as a conveniently atmospheric backdrop; he weaves it through the plot in sharp, unexpected ways.' -- Publishers Weekly.
Publisher: MysteriousPress.com/Open Road ISBN: 9781453228050 Pages: 408