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Detroit 67 - Kindle Version

Detroit 67 - Kindle Version magazine cover

The upcoming book 'Detroit 67' written by Stuart Cosgrove has in a short time picked up some glowing reports here on Soul Source. So am sure that this the on site 'look inside' kindle preview post will be of interest to a fair few readers out there. The Kindle version is priced at £5.19 - Just need to hit he cover image below to purchase

Also it has been reported that the paperback version may now be available from some outlets ahead of its planned release date. You can read the comments on the original news post to find more info/details/advice on current purchasing from the author/member himself

 

Detroit 67 is the story of the city of Detroit in the most dramatic and creative year in its history. It is the story of Motown, the breakup of The Supremes and the implosion of the most successful African-American record label ever, set against a backdrop of urban riots, escalating war in Vietnam and police corruption. The book weaves through the year as counterculture arrives in Detroit and the city's other famous group the proto-punk band MC5 go to war with mainstream America. The year ends in intense legal warfare as the threads that bind Detroit together unravel and leave a chaos that scars the city for decades to come.



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Source Magazine Comments

Drewtg

Posted

£3.74 Kindle version folks. Get in there!

grouse

Posted

Just downloaded it, looks great.

 

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