BOOKS & EBOOKS BY SUSAN KLOPFER
Who Killed Emmett Till?
The Mississippi Delta is not a place I would have picked to live and if you had asked me a few years ago what I knew about the region, it would have been a puzzle since I knew nothing of its history or culture — I’d never even heard of Emmett Till.
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The Emmett Till Book
What happened to cause a young African American student’s lynching in the Mississippi Delta? When Emmett “BoBo” Till threatened Mississippi’s rigid Jim Crow laws this fourteen-year-old paid with his life. Till’s murderers were set free yet his death spurred Rosa Parks to take her important stand in Montgomery. In this 50th anniversary, the case has finally been reopened with new and intriguing information. How many people were involved? Who hid the killers overnight? Where is the first trial’s transcript? Learn new facts on this and other Delta murders – Clinton Melton and his wife (1955)- he was shot, she was drowned; Jo Etha Collier(1955), gunned down on graduation night; attorney Cleve McDowell (1997), shot to death by a client? The Emmett Till Book gives readers a unique look at Mississippi’s secret government agencies and its private white Citizens Councils that spied and did harm to those who fought segregation.
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THE PLAN is based on a true story, weaving in factual history through an alternative or paranormal fiction paradigm.
Clinton Moore believes he is next on a hit list, and that solving Joe’s murder is his only chance of survival. When he discovers Jo Mean’s wife has been spirited away as an expat to South America, he sends his trusted Spanish-speaking legal assistant, Mollie Johnson, to Cuenca, Ecuador for the adventure of her life. But Moore is killed before Mollie leaves the Dallas airport. As a ghost, Clinton Moore tells his story from the paranormal state he has entered.
Mollie joins forces with former Dallas journalist Sara Mercury, and together they take readers into the high Andes to bring home the widow, Tara Means. Filled with civil rights and alternative history to titillate the most sophisticated conspiracy theorist, Susan Klopfer‘s first foray into paranormal fiction is thought-provoking fodder and a fun read! (a reviewing book author says).
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Where Rebels Roost: Mississippi Civil Rights Revisited
A new look at the Mississippi Civil Rights Movement from the time that enslaved Africans arrived in Mississippi through 2005 as criminal cases and trials continue.. Whether a Rebel represents someone supporting the Confederacy’s Lost Cause or someone opposing the caste system it represents, either way Mississippi has always been full of Rebels. Authors M. Susan Orr-Klopfer, Fred J. Klopfer, Barry C. Klopfer, Esq. Foreword by Benjamin T. Greenberg
After 33 months of research and writing, Where Rebels Roost features:
- A Nine-page Selected Bibliography/Citations: 73 Books; 3 Dissertations; 47 Articles; 33 Collections, Interviews, Oral Histories
- Twenty-pages/Lists of Dead/References 900+ names and information of African Americans lynched and murdered in Mississippi from 1870 to 1970 (references Southern Law & Poverty Center, NAACP, Tuskegee Institute, individual family and friends, personal research)
- Sixteen-page/160+ Names of Emmett Till Principles/Names and biographies of people close to this case, from lawyers, witnesses, judges and jurors to police, politicians, friends and families.
- Also, civil war stories of black heroism (spies and soldiers for the North)
- And over one hundred specific Sovereignty Commission Documents, cited with references given (plus over 1,000 footnotes!), But more important are the stories of some very unique, persevering and brave people — all stories that deserve to be told.
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Cash In on Diversity
Cash In On Diversity; How Getting Along With Others Pays Off has been nominated for a Global eBook Award. Written for business people, educators, health workers, lawyers, ministers, engineers, computer experts, students and all others who want to do a better job of relating to each other in their daily lives. Storytelling approach. Includes a valuable glossary plus webinar script and more.
Abort! Retry! Fail!: The DOS Answer Book
This DOS answer book is a light-hearted, yet solution-oriented book that covers the 100 most common and most troublesome DOS error messages.