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A Father's Law by Richard Wright
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Jan 27, 08

It is so refreshing to hear Richard Wright's voice again. In the last 15 years, we have received his book of haiku and "Rite of Passage" but until now his other unfinished works have been withheld. A Father's Law is an ambitious psycho-thriller with a racial undertone that is a natural development from Native Son and The Outsider. Wright would have turned 100 this year, but died at a young 60.

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