Michael discusses how his book "The Great New Orleans Kidnapping Case" is a first in-depth account of this historical event, chronicling the crime from time it was committed, to a very public investigation, all the way up to the sensational trial. He gives us a snapshot of the Reconstruction-era South will all of its political, social, and racial nuances. He hints at the perfect storm that made the Mollie Digby kidnapping front-page news across the nation. Michael describes the two women accused of this crime as Afro-Creole, extraordinarily polished, beautiful, and stylish.
Michael will be lecturing at the Clinton School of Public Service, Wednesday, October 22nd at 6:00 p.m. Followed by a book signing.
We would like to thank Michael and Oxford Press for providing a few copies of his book. For those listeners who would like to receive a complimentary copy of "The Great New Orleans Kidnapping Case", please email your name and address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Fall 2014 Author Tour
Raleigh, NC Quail Ridge October 23rd
Nashville, TN Parnassus Books October 28th
Baton Rouge, LA Louisiana Book Festival November 1st
Huntington, NY Book Revue November 6th