As Fast As Words Could Fly

By Sally's Bookshelf

Trouble is brewing in Greenville, North Carolina. That’s where fourteen-year old Mason Steele lives. It’s the sixties, and Mason has an important job - he writes letters for his father’s civil rights group. When the group gives him a typewriter, he teaches himself where every letter and symbol is located on the keyboard. . . . The story, though fiction, is based on the real live experiences of author Pamela Tuck’s father, Moses Teel, Jr. He used his typing talent to defy the prejudices of people who considered him inferior.

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