Marching to Zion

A tale of passion and redemption during an era when interracial love could not go unpunished.

By Mary Glickman Read by Laurel Lefkow African American / Coming of Age / Historical / Jewish English, Unabridged 8h 4m Sell Sheet Also available on
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Description
							Marching to Zion is the tragic story of Minerva Fishbein and Magnus Bailey, a charismatic black man and the longtime business partner of Minerva’s father. From the brutal riots of East St. Louis to Memphis, Tennessee, during the 1920s and the Depression, Marching to Zion is a tale of passion, betrayal, and redemption during an era in America when interracial love could not go unpunished. Readers of Mary Glickman’s One More River will celebrate the return of Aurora Mae Stanton, who joins a cast of vibrant new characters in this tense and compelling Southern-Jewish novel that examines the price of love and the interventions of fate.
Reviews

"This moving novel...handled with credibility by the talented Glickman...is sustained by the rich period detail and by strong and fully realized characters." - Booklist

“Readers who are interested in Southern historical novels examining black-white relationships and those who enjoy good storytelling are the natural audience here.” - Library Journal

“Glickman skillfully conveys the struggles of African-Americans and Jews during this era.” - Kirkus Reviews