"An impressive and accessible analysis of 20th-century brutality."
An attempt to formulate a new ethics, based on human psychology, that will account for 20th-century atrocities and offer some realistic hope that they can be avoided in the future.
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"Historical fiction that unsuccessfully tries to tie its grand-scale vision to a small-town focus."
The quiet town of Providence, Kentucky, becomes part of a surge in organized crime in Crowell's (A Few Caves and Cavers of the Southeast, 2016, etc.) historical mystery, based partly on true events. Read full book review >
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