Two gripping tales of loss and redemption by two of the most gifted, elegant voices in African-American fiction.
On Sale: November 28, 2006
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â€śNightmare in Paradiseâ€ť by Mary Monroe
Good-looking and as dutiful a wife as she is a devoted
friend, reserved and respectful Renee Webb always does the
right thing. So when she gets a once-in-a-lifetime
opportunity to let her hair down on a Caribbean vacation
with her uninhibited friend Inez, Renee is more than ready
to let go. But the sun-splashed isle of Paraiso is not what
it seems, and Renee finds out that doing the wrong thingâ€”a
sizzling night of pleasure with a sexy strangerâ€”might cost
her more than she ever imaginedâ€¦
â€śBad Luck Shadowâ€ť by Victor McGlothin
Bad luckâ€™s been shadowing handsome Baltimore Floyd ever
since he hopped a train out of New York City. On the run
from some of Harlemâ€™s baddest hitmen, Baltimoreâ€™s luck
takes a turn for the worse after he murders a big-time
white businessman and gets thrown off the train in Kansas
City. Alone and on the lam, Baltimoreâ€™s got only one shot
to get out aliveâ€”the biggest heist in KCâ€™s history. Lucky
for him, Henry Taylorâ€™s got his back, and heâ€™ll have to use
every trick he knows to save Baltimore from going down for
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