The compelling story of Angie Lou, a young African-American woman growing up in the rural south during the 1940s. Angie Lou overcomes the trials of segregation, domestic violence and abuse and moves north to Michigan. She repairs her shattered self-esteem and rebuilds her life, only to discover that hatred, envy and anger don't have a color. A moving story that may ring true to readers of all races.
Author: E. O. Brooks
Paperback, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2