Black by Tracy Brown
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Who said the streets don't love nobody? Black is the novel that shatters the myth. Kaia didn't choose the streets. The streets chose her. Tossed from a broken home, Kaia is forced to learn the hard way just how grimy street life can be. Shedding her innocence overnight it seems, Kaia goes from being an often overlooked, stepped upon and crushed little girl, to a woman. She endures all of the drama that is thrown her way, sometimes catching it and sometimes being knocked flat on her ass. To aid in softening the blow is Aaron. Even street fairy tales have a Prince. Experiencing seclusion and imprisonment while locked down in street dreams and the illusion called love, is Aaron a Savior or Satan? With enemies in disguise, Kaia fights for survival and freedom, but to survive the streets could mean suffocating the freedom of her mind. Like a captured black butterfly, Kaia struggles to emerge and triumph, but victory ain't always sweet. As a matter of fact, sometimes it's bitter to the end.

About Tracy Brown

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TRACY BROWN is the Essence bestselling author of Aftermath, Snapped, Twisted, White Lines, Criminal Minded, Black and Dime Piece. She lives in Staten Island, New York.
Published January 1, 2003 by Triple Crown Publications. 182 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Still undergoing many medical tests and psychological investigation, Jack Pagan lives in hospital sponsored outpatient apartments and has one good friend in Ricky, a trust fund medical student.

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You'd have to write a book to write an adequate review of Elaine Brown's "A Taste of Power."

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Josef Koudelka was exiled from Czechoslovakia in 1969, when the Soviet tanks rolled in, for taking the kind of breathtaking pictures that no fraternal forces could tolerate.

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When I understood that I did not have to return to my former self after the loss, I felt a great burden lift – she remains a part of me…” I think that with this calamity Sarah Brown lost her desire to judge people.

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