Sister, Sister by EricJerome Dickey

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Sassy, comical, and true-to-life, Sister, Sister tells the tale of three young African-American women—perky wife Valerie, scheming social worker Inda, and broken-hearted flight attendant Chiquita—and how their lives are coming together, and apart, in Los Angeles. Fresh and in-your-face, this witty novel depicts a world where women sometimes have to alter their dreams, but never have to stop embracing the future.

About EricJerome Dickey

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ERIC JEROME DICKEY is the New York Times bestselling author of nineteen novels and is also the author of a six-issue miniseries of graphic novels for Marvel Enterprises, featuring Storm (X-Men) and the Black Panther. Originally from Memphis, Tennessee, Dickey now lives on the road and rests in whatever hotel will have him.
Published December 1, 1997 by Signet. 372 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Biographies & Memoirs, Self Help. Fiction

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 Newcomer Dickey is a witty, observant cousin to such writers as Terry McMillan and Connie Briscoe . . . with one major distinction: Dickey's a guy.

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It takes guts for a male writer to tackle the trials and tribulations of upwardly mobile African American women. But that's what Dickey does, with mixed results, in his first novel, a high-spirited ce

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