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Review: The Emmett Till Book (eBook) “reads like a thriller.”


Share| By Max G. Bernard Mar 15, 2010 This is a well-written and fascinating book about a vicious lynching of an African-American teenager from Chicago while visiting Mississippi. His mother insisted on an open coffin for the services so that people could see what was done to her son. The author explains the history, demands […]

Coming to Emmett Till Blog; Interview with Leading Till Historian, Devery Anderson


Devery Anderson, a leading Emmett Till historian, author, speaker and blogger will share some of his newest findings and thoughts about Emmett Till in an upcoming interview on this blog. Be sure to subscribe to this blog today so that you will not miss this fascinating post. Susan

What happened to James Meredith’s roommate—the second black person admitted to “Ole Miss”?


(This fascinating article is reprinted with permission by the author, Pete Eikenberry. The article appeared in the Federal Bar Council Quarterly, a publication to judges and lawyers practicing in the federal courts in New York, Connecticut and Vermont.S short bio for Mr. Eikenberry appears at the end of the article. The photo of Cleve McDowell and Rev. […]

New photo of Emmett Till historical site shows grocery store building disappearing into time


Isaac Goldberg took this photo last year of the grocery store in Money, Mississippi where Emmett Till whistled at a white woman. He’s graciously given permission to publish it here.  Thanks Isaac! It is a shame the store cannot be preserved. Each time I see photos they show this structure simply disappearing into time. But […]

YOUR Links to Free Emmett Till Online EBOOK and AUDIOBOOK: Susan Klopfer

Hi: I love sharing my books and have made them two of them available online free. Please enjoy the read (OR THE LISTEN!), and of course I want to hear your questions and comments.Click on the links below.SUSAN KLOPFER, AUTHOR 1. WHO KILLED EMMETT TILL? Audio – Ebooks From Susan – CLICK HERE 2. WHERE […]

Did Mississippi U.S. Senator James O. Eastland Help Plan the Kennedy Assassination?


U.S. Senator James O. Eastland was also a cotton planter in the Mississippi Delta. In my new book The Plan, I’ve written quite a lot about the late Mississippi U.S. Senator James O. Eastland. This new book is historical fiction and Eastland is one of the “real” people I’ve used to tell the story of two […]



UPDATE: NOW THRU MARCH 7, 2015, THE PLAN IS AVAILABLE FOR FREE DOWNLOAD FROM SMASHWORDS.  CLICK ON  LINK BELOW, THEN USE SPECIAL CODE RW100  (ON PAGE) AFTER SELECTION “BUY” OPTION. LINK — *** New Book Announcement: The Plan Contact Susan Klopfer Cuenca, Ecuador Email Words: 68,380 (approximate)Language: EnglishISBN: 9780982604977 Book Trailer Video Distribution: Smashwords, Amazon, […]

New Paranormal Historical Fiction Novel Based on Murders of Two Black, Gay Lawyers

New Book Announcement: The Plan Contact Susan Klopfer Cuenca, Ecuador International (Magic Jack) 505-369-5141 Email DISTRIBUTION: Smashwords Fiction Book Loosely Based on Life of Lawyer, Minister Cleve McDowell of Drew, Mississippi. Was Building a Community Church Before He Was Killed Retiree Writes Murder Mystery Historical Fiction Novel/Based on Actual Civil Rights People, Places and […]