#SouthernGothic: Where Robins Die
by Floyd McGough
A great story that evokes many emotions.
As an old man, Ronald DeWitt returns to a small Southern town where he had lived as a young boy. Once there, he reflects upon events that happened many tears earlier.
At the beginning of the summer of 1946, Ronnie DeWitt had been looking forward to three months of fun and excitement, but the anticipated carefree days ahead would turn into times of tragedy and horror.
The joy of being young was interrupted by events that nearly cost him his life, as well as the occurrence of heinous murders. He could never have guessed that such evil existed in his world.
The author grew up in the segregated South and witnessed much of the Civil Rights movement in the South including the lunch counter sit-ins in Dallas, the riots in Savannah, and the marched in Alabama.
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A great story that evokes many emotions, from humor and innocence to anger and grief. The imagery made me want to cover my eyes! It is a tale that certainly entertains the reader with the battle between good and evil that is so graphic you will feel like you are right in the middle of it.