Tim Tyson, 'Blood Done Sign My Name'

'Blood Done Sign My Name'

Author Tim Tyson's Blood Done Sign My Name tells the story of the racial and sexual tension surrounding a 1970 lynching in Tyson's hometown of Oxford, N.C.

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