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Blackgammon (2000) by One World/Random House "Blackgammon" follows twenty-five years in the lives of two women who attempt to make their lives in England and Paris.
Wisdom (2002), by One World/Random House, about a woman with ovarian cancer who travels to St. Croix to learn about her family background. This book was named an Honor Book by the American Library Association’s Black Caucus.
Accident of Birth (2004) by Harlem Moon/Doubleday. The novel delves into the love shared between an African American woman and a Liberian student. The book also explores various aspects of political issues that are still prevalent today.
Haarlem (2005) by Harlem Moon/Doubleday. A book set in the Netherlands, Haarlem tells the story of an African American man in search of his mother. The title character fights his addiction to alcohol while learning about life and its struggles.
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Leila: The Weighted Silence of Memory. (August, 2009)/Booksurge. A modern day slave narrative set in Morocco, "Leila" depicts the desperate challenges faced by a 12-year-old girl sold into slavery by her father.
"Leila II: The Moods of the Sea." (September, 2014)/Createspace. This sequel to "Leila: The Weighted Silence of Memory," describes Leila's attempts to overcome the physical, emotional and sexual abuse of her past, while remaining a fugitive from her former captors.