Award-winning author Steve Yarbrough has garnered widespread critical acclaim for his rich, powerful novels of the South. Kirkus Reviews calls Prisoners of War "thoroughly impressive." In 1943, as German prisoners work the plantations of Mississippi delta country, Dan Timms roves the area selling goods for his uncle. Dan's partner is L.C., a young black man. In a land where men dream of escape, the true danger for L.C. is the very society surrounding him.
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