A Death in Belmont


Author: Sebastian Junger

A compelling portrait of 1960s America that takes as its starting point the brutal events of 11 March 1963, the day on which the lives of three complete strangers — a black handyman, an Italian-American carpenter and a second-generation Jewish housewife — collided in the leafy Boston suburb of Belmont.,,Shortlisted for CWA Non-Fiction Gold Dagger 2006…..Read More

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