George Rollie Adams is a writer, educator, historian, and storyteller. He grew up in southern Arkansas and taught there for a time after college. He holds two degrees in social science education from Louisiana Tech University and a doctorate in American history from the University of Arizona. His undergraduate studies included English as a second major. After … More about George Rollie Adams
A heart-rending story of two mothers—
one a white newspaper editor, one a black juke-joint owner—
struggling for truth and justice in the Civil Rights-era South.
Dedicated to the ideal of truth, honesty, and integrity in journalism.
Winner, National Indie Excellence Award for Historical Fiction
Winner, National Indie Excellence Award for Regional Fiction (Southeast)
Silver Medal, Independent Publishers IPPY Award for Regional Fiction (South)
Praise for Found in Pieces:
Characters you care about and experiences that tug at your heart.” Gretchen Sorin, author of Driving While Black
I did not want to put it down.” James Whorton, Jr., author of Frankland and Approximately Heaven
A page-turning murder mystery.” Delores Jackson Radney, educator and playwright
A gripping portrayal.” Candace Floyd, former editor for History News and American Profiles