James McBride's 'Kill 'Em and Leave' is a scorchingly honest examination of the racial divide that explains why America continues to be a bloody and schizophrenic place.
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“Kill ‘Em and Leave is [James] McBride’s own testament to [James] Brown’s philosophy. It’s a stunningly unorthodox book, indifferent to the conventions of biographical nonfiction … The book is a hybrid of forms, largely a telling of...
A look at the life and legacy of James Brown reveals that behind the persona was a lonely, inscrutable man.
Early in Kill 'Em and Leave, James McBride writes that "the? James Brown story is not about James Brown. It's about who's getting paid, whose interest is involved, who can squeeze the estate?and black history for more … It's reflect...
Mr. McBride, the novelist, has written “Kill ’Em and Leave,” a book about the life of James Brown, including the voices of those who knew him.