In My Father's House
Gilly begins her tale in an unlikely place-35 years after her father was sentenced to death. The story opens in the cramped, musty visitor's room of a south Georgia prison. Immediately she begs us to accept the unjust, ugliness of Jim Crow, "to let sleepin' dawgs lie," even as she relives her own tragedy piece by piece. Told in first-person narration, In My Father's House,...more
Hardcover, 256 pages
Published May 15th 2005 by Hats Off Books
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