Gray Baby Review

Gray Baby
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While not as much of a thriller has his previous book, Sanders shows tremendous insight into racial prejudices that still exist in America. As the son of a black father and a white mother, Clifton struggles with his own racial identity as he struggles with the realities of his father's death.
While not a sequel to his first work, there is a reference to the crimes which occurred in "The Hanging Woods" although these characters are not reintroduced. The tie in character and crime are not well described, mostly because it is only a backdrop to the real theme of the book, which is the relationship between the mixed raced Clifton and the older Swamper. Could this crime be the impetus for a third work?
Overall, a very enjoyable read which can be completed in one extended sitting.

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