"If a novelist set out to rewrite Franz Kafka’s The Trial as a modern-day horror tale, it might read much like Abraham Bolden’s The Echo from Dealey Plaza."
“An astonishing tale of aborted justice.”
“Conspiracy theories haunt the Kennedy assassination; Bolden offers a new one, concerning discrimination and evidence suppression. . . . a world of duplicitous charges and disappearing documents fit for a movie thriller.”
“Balancing his temper and his dignity, [Bolden] persisted in a manner readers will relate to….”