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Color of The Sun
The murder of a newspaper reporter during a 1967 riot pulls two of his colleagues deep into the contentious issues of race in America and into the secrets of a troubled inner city family. Did a nine-year-old boy pull the trigger? Alternately solemn and irreverent, Douglas Armstrong’s Color of The Sun looks back at an era when the civil rights movement rocked the social underpinnings of a nation, including old-boy, newspaper journalism. Gabe Harden and Scott Patterson return in the second of Armstrong’s “Life on The Sun” series. Video author reading and historic photos.

Douglas Armstrong's Novel Color of The Sun
“A masterful job of capturing the grit and glory of daily newspaper life at a troubled time in American history. I couldn’t stop thinking about these characters.”
    —  Meg Kissinger, Journalism Professer, Columbia University

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