Fire's Edge

Alan Siporin, Author Blue Heron Publishing $22.95 (288p) ISBN 978-0-936085-66-1
In Fire's Edge, a powerful, sensitive first novel about hate crime in the Pacific Northwest, journalist Alan Siporin sets the overlapping stories of a Jewish school teacher, an African-American reporter, a communal lesbian household and a trio of violent skinheads against the backdrop of the high-profile trial of a white supremacist. A freelance reporter for NPR, Siporin will be doing interviews on NPR and its affiliates as part of his national and regional author tour.
Reviewed on: 03/01/2001
Release date: 03/01/2001
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Hardcover - 310 pages - 978-0-9722806-0-0
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