Elizabeth H. Winthrop
The acclaimed novel by the author of The Why of Things tackles "the Deep South during the Gothic worst of Jim Crow times . . . truly a bravura performance" (Geoffrey Wolff).
"One of the finest writers of her generation," and author of three previously acclaimed novels, Elizabeth H. Winthrop delivers a brave new book that will launch her distinguished career anew (Brad Watson).
On the eve of his execution, eighteen-year-old...