Now It's Time To Say Goodbye

Now It's Time To Say Goodbye

Book - 1998
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Baker & Taylor
In a compelling story of violence and prejudice in the tiny Kansas village of Galatea, Rosemary Krebs, a white matriarch, is determined to resurrect her lost Southern childhood, and Abraham Greeving, the black preacher, will go to any lengths to stop her. 35,000 first printing.

Blackwell North Amer
Colin Nieman and Justin Time abandon New York City for the tiny Kansas village of Galatea. Racially polarized and desperately poor, the town is dominated by Rosemary Krebs, a white matriarch determined to resurrect her lost Southern childhood, and Abraham Greeving, the black preacher who will do anything to stop her.
As their stories unfold, we learn the truth about Galatea's dark past and even darker future; of Eric Johnson, an albino black man lynched because of the color of his skin, and of Lucy Robinson, the white teenager who must pay for her parent's crimes.

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Two gay men abandon New York City for a poor, racially polarized village in Kansas, where a cast of characters--including a gay Black prostitute, a hermitic white artist, and a budding scholar--responds to a girl's kidnapping and rape

Publisher: New York : Farrar, Straus & Giroux, c1998
ISBN: 9780374222710
0374222711
Branch Call Number: F PEC
Characteristics: 458 p. : 24 cm

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