Black and White on the Rocks 

by Fredrick Barton

388 pages • $18.95 • ISBN: 9781608011001 • May 2013 • Add to Cart

With Black and White on the Rocks, read a captivating tale set in the charming architecture of New Orleans. Michael Barnett’s heart, swollen with the loss of his wife, drives the turns of this novel through greed ruled corruption, racial prejudice, friendship, and convoluted schemes. Barton has wrapped this story of bribery, and redemption within the warmth of a loving marriage, offering sweet repreive when life reveals its troublesome secrets that boil for release.

Award-winning writer and critic Fredrick Barton has authored four novels, a play in verse, and numerous short stories, essays, and reviews. He was a founder of the Creative Writing Workshop at the University of New Orleans where he served as Director for many years. He continues to teach in the program and live in New Orleans, LA.


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