A Perfect Snow

Teen & Young Adult Fiction about Prejudice & Racism

Author: Nora Martin

Seventeen-year-old Ben has just moved from a ranch where his dad was the foreman, to a trailer park where his dad doesn’t have a job. His dad has befriended a local mechanic who runs what seems to be a men’s support group but is in fact a white supremacist organization. At first Ben finds it easy to believe the rhetoric and is soon blaming gays, Jews and other groups for a….Read More

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