A page-turner about racism. It’s told from three perspectives: a Black nurse, the White supremacist who accuses her of murdering his baby son, and the White lawyer who defends her. (I’m copying Jodi Picoult’s use of capitalisation.) And it’s absolutely riveting. I read it even when my eyes were aching because I had to find out how it all ended. It’s that well-written.
It also got me thinking, hard, about the world I live in and how it might look through other eyes. I mean that as a compliment. A big one.