Death of a King
Originally published 10/30/2014
Review of Tavis Smiley's “Death of a King: The Real Story of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Final Year”
Most historians will know most of this story and in greater detail, yet Smiley has something special to offer: he has loaded the book with vignettes and personal stories gleaned from his years of interviews with people who knew King up close and personal.
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