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Product Description: The year is 1792 and Lauren Renee Bouvier, formerly known as Ibo Atikah Mustafa, is still in America, but she's all alone. For a brief moment, she was reunited with the African warrior she ran away with before they were both captured by slave traders...read more

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9781601624321 | Reprint edition (Urban Books, January 4, 2011), cover price $6.99 | About this edition: The year is 1792 and Lauren Renee Bouvier, formerly known as Ibo Atikah Mustafa, is still in America, but she's all alone.

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Product Description: After three long weeks of wondering if the police were going to figure out what really happened in her hotel room, Johnnie leaves Jackson, Mississippi without being questioned. When she sees Paul Masterson, the preacher who helped her when she thought her life was over, standing on the landing of the train depot in Providence, Rhode Island, she thought she had found sanctuary, a place where she could cease from worry...read more

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9781453856437 | Createspace Independent Pub, September 27, 2010, cover price $14.95 | About this edition: After three long weeks of wondering if the police were going to figure out what really happened in her hotel room, Johnnie leaves Jackson, Mississippi without being questioned.

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Product Description: A Supreme Court nominee has been murdered several days before her confirmation hearing. Within twenty-four hours, another high-ranking politician is killed -- and soon government officials are being picked off one by one. Enter FBI Special Agent Phoenix Perry, a tough-as-stilettos detective known to hold her own against even the most lethal of criminals...read more

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9780743296137 | Strebor Books Intl, October 30, 2006, cover price $6.99 | About this edition: A Supreme Court nominee has been murdered several days before her confirmation hearing.
9781593090180 | Strebor Books Intl, June 29, 2004, cover price $18.95 | About this edition: When a string of high-ranking Washington officials are ruthlessly assassinated, FBI special agent Phoenix Perry is directed by the president to identify the killer, a mission that Perry comes to believe may be related to the case of a serial rapist.

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Product Description: Johnnie Wise was just fifteen years old when her mother sold her virginity to an unscrupulous white insurance man named Earl Shamus. Stunningly beautiful, with long naturally wavy black hair, she possessed the voluptuous body of a thirty-year-old woman...read more

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9781601620507 | Reprint edition (Urban Books, May 1, 2008), cover price $6.99 | About this edition: Johnnie Wise was just fifteen years old when her mother sold her virginity to an unscrupulous white insurance man named Earl Shamus.
9780974702551 | Reprint edition (Urban Books, January 1, 2005), cover price $14.95 | About this edition: In 1950s New Orleans, beautiful fifteen-year-old Johnnie Wise is sold to a corrupt white insurance man named Earl Shamus, while being pursued by a crime boss who will stop at nothing to possess her, against a backdrop of murder, greed, jealousy, and lust.

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Product Description: In 1792 New Orleans, Lauren Renee Bouvier, after witnessing the murder of her beloved, as well as many other innocent slaves, is torn between revenge and freedom in her quest to embrace the American dream, in this powerful novel that continues the diary of Josephine Baptiste...read more

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9781601622600, titled "Little Black Girl Lost 5: The Diary of Josephine Baptiste--Lauren's Story" | 1 edition (Urban Books, January 26, 2010), cover price $14.95 | About this edition: In 1792 New Orleans, Lauren Renee Bouvier, after witnessing the murder of her beloved, as well as many other innocent slaves, is torn between revenge and freedom in her quest to embrace the American dream, in this powerful novel that continues the diary of Josephine Baptiste.

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Product Description: In the fourth instalment of the 1950s Deep South saga, Keith Lee Johnson takes readers back to the beginning and reveals the story of little Johnnie Wise's grandmother. Aged just 16, Josephine runs away with her lover. They are both captured by Dutch slave traders and taken on a ship to the Americas...read more

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9781601622594 | Urban Books, January 5, 2010, cover price $6.99 | About this edition: In the fourth instalment of the 1950s Deep South saga, Keith Lee Johnson takes readers back to the beginning and reveals the story of little Johnnie Wise's grandmother.

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9781439186718 | Strebor Books Intl, November 24, 2009, cover price $12.99

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Product Description: A District of Columbia warden and his wife are found in their home, tortured and brutally murdered. Drugs and large sums of money are found at the scene. Several days later, in a Malibu mansion, Heather Connelly, her lover, and her closest friends are murdered in the same way...read more

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9781601621870 | Urban Books, June 1, 2009, cover price $6.99 | About this edition: A District of Columbia warden and his wife are found in their home, tortured and brutally murdered.
9781601620194 | Urban Books, October 1, 2007, cover price $14.95 | About this edition: FBI Special Agent Phoenix Perry is faced with two serial killers as she investigates the brutal murders of a District of Columbia warden and his wife, and a socialite, her lover, and her closest friends.

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Product Description: In the fourth instalment of the 1950s Deep South saga, Keith Lee Johnson takes readers back to the beginning and reveals the story of little Johnnie Wise's grandmother. Aged just 16, Josephine runs away with her lover. They are both captured by Dutch slave traders and taken on a ship to the Americas...read more

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9781601621498 | Original edition (Urban Books, January 27, 2009), cover price $14.95 | About this edition: In the fourth instalment of the 1950s Deep South saga, Keith Lee Johnson takes readers back to the beginning and reveals the story of little Johnnie Wise's grandmother.

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Product Description: Little Black Girl Lost 3

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9781601621382 | Reprint edition (Urban Books, January 6, 2009), cover price $6.99 | About this edition: Little Black Girl Lost 3

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In this latest installment of the Little Black Girl Lost series, holier-than-thou courtesan Johnnie Wise must pay for her past indiscretions when the police believe that she is involved in several murders and the theft of two-hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Original.

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9781893196780 | Urban Books, February 1, 2007, cover price $14.95 | About this edition: In this latest installment of the Little Black Girl Lost series, holier-than-thou courtesan Johnnie Wise must pay for her past indiscretions when the police believe that she is involved in several murders and the theft of two-hundred and fifty thousand dollars.

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When she leaves her fiancé‚ Nelson, for another man, who has a twenty-year-old score to settle with her former lover, Parris Stalls, discovering that she has made a huge mistake when Nelson makes it big, will do anything to get him back. Reprint.

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9781601620170 | Reprint edition (Urban Books, September 1, 2007), cover price $6.99 | About this edition: When she leaves her fiancé‚ Nelson, for another man, who has a twenty-year-old score to settle with her former lover, Parris Stalls, discovering that she has made a huge mistake when Nelson makes it big, will do anything to get him back.
9781893196698 | Urban Books, September 26, 2006, cover price $14.95 | About this edition: When she leaves her fianc‚ Nelson for another man, who has a twenty-year-old score to settle with her former lover, Parris Stalls, discovering that she has made a huge mistake when Nelson makes it big, will do anything to get him back.

Investigating a series of gruesome murders that reach across the country, Detective Phoenix Perry discovers links to a vengeful set of twins who, after being released from prison, set out to settle the score against the people who caused their incarceration. A first novel. Original.

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9780743296106 | Strebor Books Intl, August 30, 2006, cover price $6.99
9781593090135 | Strebor Books Intl, November 1, 2003, cover price $17.95 | About this edition: Investigating a series of gruesome murders that reach across the country, Detective Phoenix Perry discovers links to a vengeful set of twins who, after being released from prison, set out to settle the score against the people who caused their incarceration.

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Product Description: The follow-up to 'Little Black Girl Lost', this novel weaves an intriguing tale of love, lust, deception and power, all against the backdrop of a racially troubled 1950's New Orleans.

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9781601620378 | Reprint edition (Urban Books, September 1, 2008), cover price $6.99 | About this edition: The follow-up to 'Little Black Girl Lost', this novel weaves an intriguing tale of love, lust, deception and power, all against the backdrop of a racially troubled 1950's New Orleans.
9781893196391 | Urban Books, February 1, 2006, cover price $14.95 | About this edition: In this sequel to Little Black Girl Lost, Johnnie Wise, haunted by the murder of her mother's killer and the subsequent riots, is unable to stop thinking about ruthless crime boss Napolean Bentley even though she loves Lucas Matthews, the current man in her life.

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While Jericho, a drug and munitions dealer, works to keep himself out of jail, his brother, attorney Sterling, considers a mysterious deal after losing his position with his firm, and a third brother, William, struggles with giving into his feelings for a white woman in spite of societal and family taboos. By the author of Pretenses. Original.

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9781593090395 | Strebor Books Intl, May 17, 2005, cover price $34.95 | About this edition: While Jericho, a drug and munitions dealer, works to keep himself out of jail, his brother, attorney Sterling, considers a mysterious deal after losing his position with his firm, and a third brother, William, struggles with giving into his feelings for a white woman in spite of societal and family taboos.

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Product Description: Johnnie Wise was just fifteen years old when her mother sold her virginity to an unscrupulous white insurance man named Earl Shamus. Stunningly beautiful, with long naturally wavy black hair, she possessed the voluptuous body of a thirty-year-old woman...read more

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9780971814882 | Sadorian Pubns, January 1, 2003, cover price $14.95 | About this edition: Johnnie Wise was just fifteen years old when her mother sold her virginity to an unscrupulous white insurance man named Earl Shamus.

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