Defending Alice : a novel of love and race in the roaring twenties / Richard Stratton.
Book | HarperVia, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers | 2022 | First HarperVia edition

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First HarperVia edition
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566 pages ; 24 cm
Summary
In a novel based on a real-life case, 1920s New York society is set ablaze when Alice Jones, a working-class woman with at least one black parent, marries Leonard "Kip" Rhinelander, the son of a wealthy, prominent family, who makes international headlines after he sues for annulment, accusing her of hiding her "Negro blood."
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9780063115460 hc.
0063115468 hc.
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