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Deed So

Deed So is a tumultuous coming-of-age story set against the turbulent times of the 1960s, just before the Vietnam War, feminism, and the civil rights movement would change everything. All Haddie Bashford wants to do is escape the rigid confines of her tiny town, but when a racially charged court case ensues, she and her family find themselves thrust into a world of bigotry and tension. As neighbor is pitted against neighbor, an arsonist begins to terrify the town. Will the town—and Haddie—survive? A beautifully written testament to the power of the human spirit, Deed So brilliantly encapsulates the tragedy of racism and the enduring strength of the American family.