“Blood On The Suwannee” is the latest creation of C. Arthur Ellis, Jr., Ph.D., a retired professor and a motivational speaker. This book is a factual tale written to educate people on the genesis of police brutality across a racial divide, and is now available on Amazon and other retail outlets.
“Blood On The Suwannee” is a true account of three murders on the banks of the Suwannee River over the course of three decades in the Jim Crow South. Thoroughly researched and documented, C. Arthur Ellis, Jr. invites readers to discover how the past is the prelude to the present where a white police force holds the power over the breath of life.
Regarding the book, the author states: “Blood on the Suwannee is the poignant story of three murders on the banks of the Suwannee River from the 1930s to the 1950s that provide insight into the policing of African Americans today. Whether in the Jim Crow South, or whether on the streets of cities today, our police force gives or withholds the breath of life along troubling racist lines.”
Since this book has been published on Amazon, the book has already received widespread publicity as it premieres as a pre-publication on Amazon as an entrant in the 2020 Kindle contest. Readers have already given many 5-star reviews. An example is Frank, a satisfied buyer who commented, “Ellis, also the author of Zora Hurston and the Strange Case of Ruby McCollum, manages to tell the story of 3 murders connected with the illegal gambling game of Bolita, which ran from the 1930s to the 1950s. This book is not only intriguing, but it also helps us to understand how the racist roots of our contemporary police force took root in slave patrols.”
Every page of “Blood On The Suwannee” will touch the the reader’s heart. People who truly want to understand the roots of the current racial division will find great insights in stories recounted.
“Blood On The Suwannee” can be purchased all over the world. Readers who wish to experience this potent work can purchase “Blood On The Suwannee” online on the Amazon store and other digital platforms.
Watch the book’s trailer on YouTube at: https://youtu.be/0RUcTgrpjNk, or on the Amazon product page for this book.
Check out the Goodreads reviews about the book here.
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