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Colson Whitehead returns to 1970s NYC in 'Crook Manifesto'

Colson Whitehead returns to 1970s NYC in 'Crook Manifesto'

Update: 2024-06-05
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Whitehead's sequel to Harlem Shuffle centers on crime at every level, from small-time crooks to Harlem's elite. "My early '70s New York is dingy and grimy," the Pulitzer Prize-winning author says.

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Colson Whitehead returns to 1970s NYC in 'Crook Manifesto'

Colson Whitehead returns to 1970s NYC in 'Crook Manifesto'