Analysis Of The Book ' The Summer Of 1787 ' By David O. Stewart
This wicked satire opens with the shocking murder of one of those blueblood families, but McDowell's real interest is the bloodless crimes committed in country club dining rooms and private school parties. When one wealthy teenager starts to realize that her solid-gold existence rests on centuries of exploitation, suddenly this whole antique culture seems threatened. Read an excerpt.
David O. Stewart born April 2, is an American author and attorney who writes both nonfiction historical narratives and historical fiction and lives in Potomac, Maryland. Stewart was law clerk to Associate Justice Lewis F.
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