January 17th, 2021
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New Year, Great reads for January 2021

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To Joshua, Cadence is a mystery to unravel.


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In war-torn Berlin, two lovers risk all to save endangered Jews.


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The holidays are served up with some spice in this small-town romance featuring a woman who must maintain a secret identity and the man who begins falling for her.


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Catching a kidnapper takes teamwork...and a St. Bernard.


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PI Emma Djan investigates the death of Lady Araba, a Ghanaian fashion icon and social media celebrity


Aya deLeon

Aya deLeon

Aya de Leon directs the Poetry for the People program at UC Berkeley. Kensington Books will be publishing her debut feminist heist novel, Uptown Thief, in July. Her writing and performance work have received acclaim in the Village Voice, Washington Post, Oakland Tribune, San Francisco Chronicle, SF Bay Guardian and the East Bay Express. A graduate of Harvard College, with an MFA from Antioch University, Aya has been an artist in residence at Stanford University, a Cave Canem poetry fellow, and a slam poetry champion. She publicly married herself in the 90s, and from 1995 to 2012 hosted an annual Valentine’s Day show that focused on self-love. She has written for for various media outlets such as xojane, Ebony, Huffington Post, Guernica, Huffington Post, Reductress, Essence, Writers Digest, Bitch Magazine, Racialicious, Fusion, Quartz, and The Toast. She also blogs and tweets about culture, gender, and race.

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Series

Justice Hustlers

Books:

A Spy in the Struggle, January 2021
Trade Size / e-Book
Uptown Thief, August 2016
Justice Hustlers #1
Paperback / e-Book

 

 

 

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