Song Yet SungLarge Print - 2008
March, 1850. In the tense days before the Civil War, a slave breakout in the labyrinthine swamps of Maryland's eastern shore sets loose a riveting drama of violence, hope, and redemption among slave catchers, plantation owners, watermen, runaway slaves, and free blacks. Filled with rich history, Song Yet Sung brings into full view a world long misunderstood in American fiction: slavery's haunting choices for both whites and blacks.
Publisher: Waterville, Me. : Wheeler Pub., 2008.
Branch Call Number: MCB
Characteristics: 503 pages