The Case Against My Brother by Libby Sternberg
Approx. 69,180 words.
Published on January 1, 2010 by
In the fall of 1922, 15-year-old Carl and 17-year-old Adam Matuski are forced to move across the continent to live with their Uncle Pete in Portland, Oregon.
When Adam is accused of theft, an increasingly resourceful Carl learns how to stand on his own two feet and confront painful truths about his fellow man.
A historical mystery set against the backdrop of anti-Catholic discrimination.