From the book jacket:
Stewart Dubin knew his father had served
in World War II. And he'd been told how he
rescued Stewart's mother from the horrors of
the Balingen concentration camp. But when,
after his father's death, he discovers a
packet of wartime letters to a former
fiancée and learns of his father's
court-martial and imprisonment, he is
plunged into the mystery of his family's
secret history and is driven to uncover the
truth about this enigmatic, distant man who
always refused to talk about his war.
Reconstructing the terrible events and agonizing choices his father faced on the battlefield, in the courtroom, and in love, Stewart gains a closer understanding of his past, of his ...
Blood at the Root
"A gripping, timely, and important examination of American racism."
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