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New York Times bestseller Cleo Coyle's "delightfully twisty" new Coffeehouse Mystery.


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Just Above My Head by James Baldwin

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Also by James Baldwin:

A Rap on Race, September 2007
Mass Market Paperback
One Day when I Was Lost, August 2007
Paperback
No Name in the Street, January 2007
Paperback
If Beale Street Could Talk, October 2006
Paperback
Giovanni's Room, June 2000
Paperback
The Devil Finds Work, June 2000
Paperback
Just Above My Head, June 2000
Paperback
The Amen Corner, February 1998
Paperback
Tell Me How Long the Train's Been Gone, February 1998
Paperback
James Baldwin, February 1998
Hardcover
Going to Meet the Man: Stories, May 1995
Paperback
Blues for Mister Charlie, May 1995
Paperback
The Evidence of Things Not Seen, April 1995
Paperback
Nobody Knows My Name, December 1992
Paperback
The Fire Next Time, December 1992
Paperback (reprint)
Jimmy's Blues: Selected Poems, December 1990
Paperback
The Price of the Ticket, September 1985
Hardcover
Go Tell It on the Mountain, June 1980
Mass Market Paperback

Just Above My Head
James Baldwin

Delta
June 2000
On Sale: June 13, 2000
592 pages
ISBN: 0385334567
EAN: 9780385334563
Paperback
$13.00
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Fiction

The stark grief of a brother mourning a brother opens this novel with a stunning, unforgettable experience. Here, in a monumental saga of love and rage, Baldwin goes back to Harlem, to the church of his groundbreaking novel Go Tell It on the Mountain, to the homosexual passion of Giovanni's Room, and to the political fire that enflames his nonfiction work. Here, too, the story of gospel singer Arthur Hall and his family becomes both a journey into another country of the soul and senses--and a living contemporary history of black struggle in this land.

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