HarperCollins on a shopping spree. (Deals).
Audra Barrett of Barrett Books sold the book club rights of Tony Lindsay's One Dead Preacher to Black Expressions Book Club. Lindsay's next book, Prayer of Prey, is scheduled for release in March 2002 by BlackWords. Striver's Row/Villard editor Melody Guy acquired Harlem, the next novel from Kuwana Haulsey, whose debut novel The Red Moon, was released by Villard in August 2001 to glowing reviews (see BIBR November-December 2001, page 56). Guy also acquired Gabrielle Pina's debut novel, Bliss, about a African-American violinist with a secret past, and Hair Rules, a hair care guide for women with ethnic/non-straight hair by Sex and the City hairstylist Anthony Dickey. Hair Rules is scheduled for a summer 2003 release.
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|Author:||Jones, Mondella S.|
|Publication:||Black Issues Book Review|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Jan 1, 2002|
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