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Bertie's Place

Aspiring young New York journalist Richard Keith is assigned by his editor at Life Magazine to travel to a small Alabama town to look into the arrest and conviction of a small-town sheriff who, along with one of his deputies, is arrested and convicted of aiding and abetting a mob of alleged members of the Ku Klux Klan in the flogging of several Negroes in the early 1950s. Elevating the story to th...

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Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1499562888
Publication Date: May 14, 2014
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Language: English
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“When aspiring journalist Richard Keith is assigned to look into the arrest and conviction of a small town sheriff, he travels to a small Alabama town. At first, he is resented by local citizens who do not appreciate all his questions. But, not everyo...”

level of national news is the suspicion that a conspiracy was carried out by influential members of the small town to rid the county of a sheriff who apparently stepped on some toes in his efforts to clean up the corruption, a job for which he was elected to perform.Upon arrival, Richard encounters a citizenry that is resentful of a northern journalist coming to their town asking what they consider to be meddling questions. Fortunately, Richard soon meets some people of the town who befriend him, while at the same time suggesting that for his own well being he get on the next bus heading north. As he continues to pursue his mission, he meets with more and more resistance, until his very life becomes endangered.At the same time, Richard begins to fall in love with Jessie, a gorgeous Southern girl from the little town, who is a senior at the University of Alabama and is home for the summer helping her grandmother, Bertie, who runs the only inn in town. As he grows more fond of both Jessie and Bertie, who seems to be the de facto leader of the town, Richard continues to meet with stronger resistance from powerful townspeople, who obviously have something to hide.Richard eventually learns what he considers the truth of what happened, but by this time, he has come to like and respect some members of town, particularly Jessie’s family, to the point he feels he cannot ruin their lives by publishing the story in Life Magazine.Events continue to unfold as Richard finds himself caught between doing his duty and publishing the story, or protecting the family of the girl he loves. When the story is later published in Life Magazine anyway, albeit with no help from Richard, some members of the town turn against him even more, resulting in the necessity of drastic action in this dramatic story of prejudice and racism, as seen from the eyes of a New Yorker.