Night Work by Nelson George
A Novel

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This is a book club edition hardback. meaning it has smaller margins and a different stock of paper in order to make a smaller hardback than normalNight is a young black man with big dreams of becoming a famous R&B singer, but for now, he uses his other talents--the ones that make him a very popular, very well-compensated male gigolo, especially with white, middle-aged women--to make a living. All things considered, his life is pleasantly uneventful. That is, until Beth Ann.A beautiful supermodel, Beth Ann has managed not only to get herself tangled up in a drug ring, but because she spent all her profits, she's now a walking target for the greedy drug goons she ripped off. Night reluctantly tries to help her, but before he knows it, he gets pulled into the scene well over his head. And when one of his cients is found murdered, he learns there's just no turning back.....

About Nelson George

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Nelson George is a writer, filmmaker, and cultural critic who's been working professionally more than twenty-five years. He is the author of eight works of nonfiction, most recently Post-Soul Nation, five novels including the national bestseller One Woman Short, and several screenplays. George lives in Brooklyn, New York.
Published January 1, 2003 by touchstone. 250 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Night's clients are an intriguing mix of wanton playmates, including the white widow of a dead civil rights leader, a sexually frustrated society matron (she's sure her husband is "doing a Congressman Condit with someone in the nation's capital") who likes her action rough, a guy with a penchant ...

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