Nobody Here Can Sing the Bluesby Howard Glidden
Grandhaven is a town like no other. The houses, white gingerbread cottages, the lawns, pristine. Nobody colors outside the lines here. In fact nobody colors at all.
In his groundbreaking expose, Howard Glidden tells you what can go awry when the US Government (and the corporation that sells Clorox) sets out to create the perfect town. Based on years of careful research (and reports he received from hundreds of FOIA requests for information), Pritchard tells the harrowing tale of the townspeople who, mysteriously, woke one day to a life in black and white.
The Cold War-era project involved infusing the area with an aerosol that bleached everything in the town.
Imagine eating lemon meringue pie that looks like Cool Whip. Learn how the citizens cope with wearing white after Labor Day – and every day.
"I cried for a whole week after reading this!" - Sherwin Williams