About the book:
1909, it's the dawn of a new turbulent century with new technologies, styles and social issues. In this new world, a young black attorney, Thomas Bradford fights for justice on the battlefields of Cuba and in the Courts of the City of Memphis. Thomas, struggling for acceptance by both the black and white communities, is drawn into the tough, hard nose political world of Memphis, a city coming to terms with its past and bracing for the turbulence yet to come. A historical novel based on the true facts of the city.
About the author:
Dr. Larry Moore is a Professor of Legal, Social, and Political Environment at the University of Memphis. He has a BA from Vanderbilt University, MA from the University of Memphis, and a JD from Washington University. He is a multiple award winning researcher, writer, political analyst, attorney and film maker. https://www.memphis.edu/accountancy/faculty/lmoore2.php