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The Rev’s defection from Obama’s camp is doubly puzzling, since he and Ed spearheaded a voter-registration campaign that mustered more than 100,000 new African-American Democrats to the polls in November.| Read Full Review of Till You Hear from Me: A Novel
After her work on the Obama campaign, 35-year-old Ida Dunbar expects a placement in the new administration, but it appears her hopes are dashed as a result of statements made by her outspoken father, civil rights legend Rev.Mar 01 2010 | Read Full Review of Till You Hear from Me: A Novel
Wells Dunbar (Cleage is not subtle with names), who, in the wake of Obama's historic election, reluctantly returns home to Atlanta to check on her aging father, the Rev.Apr 24 2010 | Read Full Review of Till You Hear from Me: A Novel
Ida doesn’t trust Wes or his mysterious connections for one second, but she can’t deny her growing attraction to him.
While Ida and the Rev try to find the balance between personal loyalties and political realities, they must do some serious soul searching in order to get things back on t...
and tells her to return home she is not ready, partly because she and her father are not in agreement about the new president and because the whole city thinks she is part of the new administration.Feb 18 2010 | Read Full Review of Till You Hear from Me: A Novel
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