Michael S. Nuckols
Publisher: Noisy Goose Publishing
Pages: 232

In the midst of burning crosses and Jim Crowe, a soldier is asked to do the unthinkable.In his third novel, Michael S. Nuckols tells the poignant story of an African-American soldier who survives the war in Europe only to encounter violent racism at home. After being assigned to Fort Benning in rural Georgia, First-Sergeant Willis Atkins finds that he must fight for the respect that he earned during the war in France when he is reassigned to the post stables. As Truman integrates the Army and the nation fights for its soul, Willis re-discovers his passion for horses while a new love ignites.
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