Washington: The New Republic Book Company, 1975. Hardcover. [xi], 307p. + 8p. photographs, Pages a bit browned with some foxing to edges. Somewhat edgeworn dj.
Giles, an African American, was accused of rape in the state of Maryland, tried, and sentenced to death, along with his brother and a friend. Giles' account details their six years in prison and their long struggle for freedom.