Sister, sister

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Dutton, 1996 - Fiction - 247 pages
26 Reviews
A story of two African-American sisters, Valerie and Inda, and their brother, Thaddeus, revolves around aspects of their love relationships and friendships as Thaddeus attempts a relationship with Inda's friend Chiquita, while Valerie is leaving her husband. A first novel. 50,000 first printing. Tour.

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Very Engaging Storytelling. - Goodreads
Good ending♥ Read in 2 days tops♥ - Goodreads
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The plot development is typical for Eric Dickey. - Goodreads
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Eric Jerome Dickey at his best! Funny, Sexy, Moving, thought provoking. I loved every page. This story is character driven, and these characters take you on a fun, fast moving'soulful ride.

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Very Engaging Storytelling. Often cute, sometimes silly, but always engaging, SISTER, SISTER: A Novel, by Eric Jerome Dickey, is a quick and easy, fun and enjoyable, summertime read, with quirky ... Read full review


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Originally from Memphis, Tennessee, Eric Jerome Dickey is the author of fifteen novels, including the New York Times bestsellers Chasing Destiny, Genevieve, Drive Me Crazy, Naughty or Nice, The Other Woman, and Thievesa (TM) Paradise. He is also the author of a six-issue miniseries of comic books for Marvel Enterprises featuring Storm (X-Men) and the Black Panther. His novel, Naughty or Nice, has been optioned by Lionsgate Films. He lives on the road and rests in Southern California.

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