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“Forty Acres” by Dwanye Alexander Smith

“Before You Judge Me Make Sure You Your Are Perfect” I strongly encourage you to memorize these words before you read the Thriller Forty Acres.  Warning: Zero Tolerance For Tunnel Vision, but you can think “out the box” Who is … Continue reading

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Singles 101 by A’ndrea J. Wilson Oct 16, 2014 6:00pm

Final Exam Question #4 Is a singles conference in Sin City a smart way to save souls or a set-up for a scandalous setback?What happens in Vegas . . . may not stay in Vegas.The characters you love—and love to … Continue reading

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Forty Acres by Dwayne Alexander Smith

Forty Acres by Dwayne Alexander Smith is a cultural and political suspense thriller with a plot that seems unthinkable, but is yet so believable that the story could be unfolding right before our very eyes. After tasting a major professional … Continue reading

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“A Place At The Table” by Susan Rebecca White 21 August 2014

A rich, beautiful novel about three unlikely, complex characters who meet in a chic Manhattan café and realize they must sacrifice everything they ever knew or cared about to find authenticity, fulfillment, and love. A Place at the Table tells … Continue reading

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The House Girl by Tara Conklin 17 July 2014

A stunning debut novel of love, family, and justice that intertwines the stories of an escaped house slave in 1852 Virginia and ambitious young lawyer in contemporary New York Virginia, 1852. Seventeen-year-old Josephine Bell decides to run from the failing … Continue reading

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The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander 19 June 2014 5:30pm Michelle Alexander June 19, 2014 6:30pm

As the United States celebrates the nation’s “triumph over race” with the election of Barack Obama, the majority of young black men in major American cities are locked behind bars or have been labeled felons for life. Although Jim Crow … Continue reading

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“MEXIFORNIA, A STATE OF BECOMING” by Victor Davis Hanson

*Starred Review* Classics professor Hanson is also, like generations of his family before him, a fruit farmer in California’s central valley. He has employed immigrants, seen them flood his community during the last 30 years of mass flight from Mexico, … Continue reading

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