FORGIVE ME DOCTOR is the story of a northern town that explodes in what appeared to be an act of racial violence, but in the exciting climax, it is discovered that the outbreak is the creation of a corrupt cop who wanted to cover up a murder.
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Middle aged men and women, who are nervously watching the chasm between the races widening in their community once again, will view this book as not only relevant, but important.
FORGIVE ME DOCTOR is book two in a trilogy of the sixties. Only a writer deeply involved in the racial turbulence of that era could produce the dialogue and create the true
Aura of those exciting days in American history. David Truskoff is such a writer. This is another of David Truskoff's works based on true experiences.
Dave Truskoff was a security guard for the Southern Christian Leadership Conference
during the Selma March. He was the voice of Delta Radio during the Mississippi March, and acted as liaison between the Black and Puerto Rican Coelition and the city of Harford during the 1969 riots.
Lisa, I really need to talk to you tonight. I want to tell you about Ben. I don’t think that you knew him when you should have. You were so young then.
Ok so you can tell, The blitzes are still blitzing. I get a little blitzed every year at this time. I used to be a bit more discreet. Now I don’t give a ...(no I can’t write that.)
Screw the State Committee. I am not going to run for congress at my age. From this city hall to congress is like jumping out of the squirrel cage into the snake pit. Not me, I have had it.
After they introduced me, I picked up your, “Forgive Me Doctor” speech. Hey, you write great stuff. I didn’t think that I could get through it in front of all those plastic politicians, but I did. I almost broke up because I remember my Uncle Irv. saying exactly those words...”Forgive Me Doctor.”