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Relates the notorious case of a bitter feud that ended in murder in 1905, when Joe Rawlins sent his sons to kill the family of W.L. Carter, and chronicles the subsequent trial of Rawlins and his sons.
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Advance Praise for Blind Obedience:
"Blind Obedience is a tragic but true story of a feud between two families, reminding the reader of the infamous Hatfields and McCoys. Boyd's narrative vividly tells this story of love, hate, murder, and lynching."—Margaret Anne Barnes, author of A Buzzard is my Best Friend, The Tragedy and Triumph of Phenix City, Alabama, and Murder in Coweta County.
"Bill Boyd's book Blind Obedience is a dark, disturbing tale of murder and misplaced loyalty. He makes turn-of-the-century rural Georgia a very real place peopled with fascinating characters. It is fast moving—I read it in two sittings—and the characters stayed with me for days after I finished the book."—Jaclyn White, author of Whisper to the Black CandleAbout the Author:
Bill Boyd, author of Fat, Dumb, and Happy Down in Georgia, writes a column, "Bill Boyd's Georgia" for the Macon, Telegraph.
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Book Description Mercer Univ Pr, 2000. Hardcover. Condition: New. Brand New!. Seller Inventory # VIB0865547076
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