Tracie Howard

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Tracie Howard is an African-American writer of fiction.

A native of Atlanta, Georgia, Howard worked at Xerox, Johnson and Johnson and American Express before penning Revenge Is Best Served Cold with co-author Danita Carter. The subsequent deal with Penguin Putnam led to several novels including Talk of The Town (2002) and Success Is The Best Revenge (2004).[1] Her first solo novel, Why Sleeping Dogs Lie, was published in 2003. Howard was a featured author in Turner Broadcasting's 2003 Trumpet Awards.

In addition to her career as an author, Howard is curator and co-founder of the wearable art company, Ethos.



  1. ^ "Tracie Howard | Penguin Random House". Retrieved 2016-01-23. 

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