All Bones Be White by Judith G. Yates Shearer

By Judith G. Yates Shearer

All Bones Be White is the tale of Cassy, a slave who was once owned via a innovative warfare hero. Cassy used to be attempted for murdering her owner's youngest daughter, Phenaty. Gustavus A. Henry, a 29-year previous attorney distantly concerning American patriot Patrick Henry, defended Cassy at her trial. advised within the moment individual, delivering readers intrigue, homicide, and redemption, the lives of 3 women-a slave, a homicide sufferer, and the writer as she discovers that her family members had owned slaves-are woven jointly to bare Cassy's tale of what occurred in 1833 the US and why it nonetheless concerns today.

All Bones Be White was nominated and approved to be integrated at the e-book record for the Kentucky Society for the Daughters of the yankee Revolution.


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