New Amazon Review Posted on The Emmett Till Book – “… reads like a thriller.”

I am happy to announce a new Amazon

Customer Review on 

The Emmett Till Book 

(The Amazon edition is in print, only, but The Emmett Till Book is also available for eBook Format at LuluNook, and iBook.) 

The Emmett Till Book, by Susan Klopfer (a quick read about an important Mississippi murder)
***** ***** *****

1 of 1 people found the following review by Paul Hollis, author of The Hollow Man, helpful. 
Thank you, Paul!!!

5.0 out of 5 stars The Emmett Till Book reads like a great thriller, told with breathtaking detail…a must readApril 30, 2014
This review is from: The Emmett Till Book (Paperback)

Emmett Till wasn’t just another child in the wrong place at the wrong time who ended up murdered. He was a 14 year old African American teenager from Chicago spending time in the South near the beginning of the civil rights movement. Born in Alabama and having grown up there to some extend, nearly 60 years later it still hurts me to believe what human can do to human in a world with so many other civilities. Our racial beliefs have forever crushed our prayers for human respect.

The Emmett Till Book by Susan Klopfer documents the murder and it’s aftermath of this Africa American child. Klopfer weaves an intriguing story of the hatred and lawlessness that existing during the 1950’s and beyond. It reads like a great thriller, told with breathtaking detail carefully constructed from court documents and other historical records, eye witness accounts, and news articles at the time. Even though it’s focuses on America during the mid 1900s, Emmett Till is a timeless tale that cuts open many more issues in the human experience than simply the brutal murder of a teenaged boy.

The Emmett Till Book is harder hitting than To Kill a Mockingbird and well worth the read. I highly recommend this powerful book.