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“The Conjure-Man Dies” by Rudolph Fisher is a murder mystery set in 1930s Harlem, New York. When a controversial conjure man is found dead in his home, Dr. John Archer, a prominent black physician, is called in to assist with the investigation. As the story unfolds, we are introduced to a diverse cast of characters, each with their own motives and secrets. The novel delves into race, class, and power themes, offering a unique perspective on the traditional mystery genre. With its vivid portrayal of Harlem and engaging plot, “The Conjure-Man Dies” is a compelling and thought-provoking read.

John Waites
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