Award-winning actor J.D. Jackson provides a moving narration of The Organ Thieves on Audible. Click here for a free sample or to place an order.
Jackson’s impressive audiobook credits include Stride Toward Freedom by Martin Luther King Jr., The Nickel Boys by Colson Whitehead, and Forever Free by historian Eric Foner.
Great commentary, reviews and interviews keep rolling in, including a column by Michael Paul Williams of the Richmond Times-Dispatch. “Black lives won’t truly matter until this nation has a change of heart,” he writes of The Organ Thieves.
Another recent addition is an interview by NPR veteran Julie Rose on her “Top of Mind” podcast and national broadcast from Brigham Young University.
Richmond magazine’s September issue featured the book in “The Color of Medicine.”
Autographed copies are still available at Chop Suey Books in Richmond. More news coming!
Thanks to friends, readers and supporters like you, The Organ Thieves keeps garnering rave reviews and media attention around the country and even over to Ireland!
I invite you to sample the rich and varied coverage, including ‘The Sit Down” with D.J. Sixsmith, host of the nationally syndicated talk show on CBS.
Signed copies of The Organ Thieves are available at Chop Suey Books in Richmond. Just give them a call at 804-422-8066 or send an email.
Thanks to Tom England for sending this photo from Midtown Scholar Bookstore in Lancaster, Pa. Keep those e-cards and letters coming!
Chip Jones is an award-winning author, journalist and former communications director of the Richmond Academy of Medicine. The Organ Thieves is his fourth book.