Adult Nonfiction PN6231.A5 L46 2010
Summary: Nineteen year-old Sam Williams never wanted to leave his black "blood" in Detroit, but it was 1972 and the Army called. Now, in West Germany, terrorists are destroying the banking empire of a suspected Nazi collaborator. Their leader, Braun - a concentration camp survivor - kills Sam's friend in a raid, spurring Sam to seek revenge. He ties himself in with IRA refugee Ann Shea and her friends in the international underground of Europe, where students treat terrorists like rock stars. In his hunt for Braun, Sam discovers all the danger, beauty and loneliness of taking "one step outside."***The America of the young, Vietnam and Motown music meets the Europe of political terrorism, tradition andconcentration camps.A violent tale. A moral odyssey.HEART OF STONE
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