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Saxxons in Witherston

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In this tale of two intertwined crimes, the consequences of a 1968 Ku Klux Klan murder and rape in Witherston, Georgia, come back to haunt the town some fifty years later. The body of Crockett Wood, a member of a radical white supremacist group called Saxxons for America, is found in his dilapidated outhouse, shot in the heart. Then a local candidate for mayor turns up mis ...more
Kindle Edition, 237 pages
Published July 6th 2019 by Black Opal Books
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Jul 01, 2019 marked it as to-read
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Saxxons in Witherston: A Witherston Murder Mystery by Betty Jean Craige is the fourth entry in a murder mystery series that combines crime and the intricate nature of detective work to create great entertainment for readers. With settings at different times, the novel follows two crimes that are connected. A Ku Klux Klan murder in Witherston, Georgia, will have repercussions that are felt in the city fifty years later. Crockett Wood, a membe
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Dr. Betty Jean Craige is Professor Emerita of Comparative Literature and Director Emerita of the Willson Center for Humanities and Arts at the University of Georgia. She has lived in Athens, Georgia, for almost forty-five years, and published books in the fields of literature, history of ideas, politics, ecology, and art. Her most recent non-academic books are Conversations with Cosmo: At Home wit ...more