Whitbread Award finalist Christopher Wilson brings to life the remarkable character of Lee Cotton, the boy with a white exterior (thanks to his Icelandic father) and a black interior (thanks to his mother). Lee develops a new skin for every situation. From a black boy in Eureka, Mississippi in 1950, to a white man in St. Louis, he travels to Nevada for the psych-ops corps. After a drunken accident, his exterior changes yet again, but easy-going Lee just takes it all in stride. Listeners will chuckle in amazement at Lee's zany life through the narration of Kevin R. Free.
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