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Click for more detail about Postal Blues by Vincent Alexandria Postal Blues

by Vincent Alexandria
Shankrys Publishing (Mar 30, 2001)
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Detective Joe Johnson and his partner, Vernon Brown, are thrust into a chaotic situation with tense consequences as they find out what going postal is all about. While planning his partner, twenty-fifth wedding anniversary, Detective Johnson finds himself protecting his partner’s wife, Gertrude, when they are taken hostage in the middle of a bloody massacre at the main postal facility in downtown Kansas City, Missouri. This Postal drama doesn’t get any easier when the two detectives are assigned to the Missouri River Serial Killer case and team up with the beautiful, intelligent, and seductive FBI Agent, Cheryl Chase. They soon discover there are postal ties to the serial killer. Once the Missouri Governor gets involved, the Mayor of Kansas City promises swift results at any expense. Will these cases of murderous, intellectual, cat and mouse end in a dead letter, another body, or a headline which will read, Postal Blues?

Click for more detail about Sexy Doesn’t Have A Dress Size : Lessons In Love by Parry Brown Sexy Doesn’t Have A Dress Size : Lessons In Love

by Parry Brown
Shankrys Publishing (Apr 01, 2000)
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Like a fire truck’s blaring siren on a 9-1-1 call, Madison Avenue screams sexy only comes in a size six. Today, over 50% of American women wear a size 14 or larger; yet, it often seems that the entire world is oriented around the size 2 model. Sexy Doesn’t Have a Dress SizeLessons in Love has refuted this myth and empowers women of all sizes to look inside themselves, instead of on the dress tag, to find their self worth. Parry EbonySatin’ Brown, an author and African American woman of size, gives an account of her battles with size acceptance and eventually self acceptance and how she now travels the country giving her Sistahgurlfriends insight and hope. Parry opens her seminars with such one-liners as; "If my worth is measured by the digits that are displayed on the scale then I must be worth my weight in gold!"