Crossing the Tracks

I am pleased to announce the release of my first novel, Crossing the Tracks, on July 17. Here's the publisher's description:

While dramatic history unfolds from Greensboro to Selma to Memphis, one man makes his own stand for justice and inclusion.

Crossing the Tracks is set in the railroad yards and union halls of Kansas City during the Civil Rights Movement. It’s the surprising story of a white, working class family man confronting racism and bigotry on the railroad, in the neighborhood, and in his church.

This novel is loosely based on my grandfather's life. I hope you will give it a look. It's a remarkable story that deserves to be told. You can find Crossing the Tracks as an e-book or in paperback just about anywhere. An audio version will be coming in a few months.

As you read the book, I would welcome your thoughts and feedback. There are also book club resources included which should make for lively and enriching conversations. Check it out. Thanks.


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