In the late 1950's....Georgia...This book is a compelling story of a young black woman expected to accept horrific victimization as a part of the existing culture, without anyone speaking a word in her defense.  After falling victim to unspeakable crimes at the hands of prejudice, she was labeled as a White Man's Woman, considered property instead of a mere human being.  This book will raise issues that have been ignored for decades.  Georgie Mae Lang remained blissfully unaware of the danger...but somehow felt her number was coming!

A White Man's Woman

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