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Hunter's Moon Paperback – May 1, 2008

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When wealthy stockbroker Lincoln Greer takes his teenage son Wendell on a weekend hunting trip near a logging town, he discovers too late that their African American heritage doesn’t sit well with the mostly white locals. During a woodland outing in search of Wendell’s first deer, Lincoln is knocked cold. He wakes to find Wendell missing, apparently kidnapped. Despite Lincoln’s spotless record, his race and stray contradictory evidence land him in the local jail as a murder suspect. Yet even when a witness corroborates his story and gains his release, Lincoln’s troubles go from bad to worse. After Wendell’s kidnappers make contact and dish out unrealistic demands, Lincoln becomes embroiled in a deadly cat-and-mouse game with a family of rustic bow hunters who play the race card against both Lincoln and the local police. White wrote the screenplay for the Oscar-winning movie Ray, and his collaboration here with master illustrator Talajic produces a captivating combination of beautiful artwork, riveting characters, and a timely reexamination of racial prejudice. --Carl Hays

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