Literary Giants: Magic Time
After a terrorist bombing, New York Examiner columnist Carter Ransom returns to his Mississippi hometown. Carter's father has just retired there; his most famous case was presiding over Troy's national disgrace: the Shiloh Church bombing, in which four civil rights activists died in 1965, including a woman Carter loved. One man was convicted, but the instigator, KKK wizard Samuel Bohanon, went free. Now, an ambitious young state attorney is reopening the Shiloh Church bombing case and going after with anyone who stands in her way, including Carter's father, who, rumors say, threw the first trial to spare Sam.