Tracy Price-Thompson

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Tracy Price-Thompson
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Born 1963
Occupation Author
Nationality American

Tracy Price-Thompson (born 1963) is a speaker, novelist, and retired United States Army Engineer officer. She is a veteran of the Gulf War. She self-published her first novel, Black Coffee, at the age of 37. A story about an illicit romance between a female officer in the United States Army and a married enlisted man, it was quickly bought by Striver's Row, an imprint of Random House[1] and became a bestseller. [2] She has since published five more novels: Chocolate Sangria, A Woman's Worth, Knockin' Boots, Gather Together In My Name, and 1-900-ANYTIME.

"A Woman's Worth" won the 2005 Hurston/Wright Legacy Award for Contemporary Fiction.[3]

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  1. ^ Johnson, Paul H. (2002-02-03). "Black Writers Appeal to a Growing Audience in Hackensack, N.J., Area. | The Record (Hackensack, New Jersey) (via Knight-Ridder/Tribune Business News) (February, 2002)". www.accessmylibrary.com. Retrieved 2008-04-03. 
  2. ^ DiNardo, Kelly (2003-02-19). "New 'chick lit' spans humor, pathos". USA Today. Retrieved 2008-04-03. 
  3. ^ "2005 Hurston/Wright LEGACY Award Winners". The Hurston/Wright Foundation. Retrieved 2012-11-10. 

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