New York: Warner Books, 1989. Hardcover. xxi, 192p. + 16p. photographs, very good condition in a slightly shelf worn dj. Signed by the author.
With a practiced investigator's eye, Allen chronicles the mutiny by 50 black seamen in the wake of the Port Chicago explosion that claimed more than 300 lives at the height of World War Two. Thurgood Marshall represented the accused.