Rudolph Fisher

Rudolph Fisher was an American physician, radiologist, novelist, short story writer, dramatist, musician, and orator. He was a prominent figure during the Harlem Renaissance, known for his works that depicted African American life in Harlem.


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  1. 1. The Conjure Man Dies

    "The Conjure Man Dies" is a captivating mystery set in 1930s Harlem, where a prominent African American physician is found dead in his home. As the police investigate, a cast of intriguing characters emerges, including a voodoo priest, a cunning detective, and a journalist determined to uncover the truth. With its rich portrayal of the vibrant Harlem Renaissance and a complex web of secrets and motives, this novel delves into race, class, and the supernatural, keeping readers guessing until the final page.

    The 3462nd Greatest Book of All Time