A Do Right Man

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Simon & Schuster, 1997 - Fiction - 350 pages
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Handsome, educated, and heterosexual, Bobby Dallas has no skeletons or kids in the closet. All that's missing is a talented, sexy, smart black woman by his side. And that should be easy - right?
Having achieved his dream of becoming a highly successful radio talk-show host, Bobby is a man with the best of intentions not only in his career, but also in love. Bobby feels he's done everything right. He learns, though, that being a "do right man" is far from easy.
Omar Tyree, author of the highly successful Flyy Girl, gives us a glimpse into the often mixed signals black men and women send to each other despite the fact that they're both waiting for the light to turn green. A Do Right Man gives us an inside view of what many black men are feeling, experiencing, and thinking in love and in their careers.

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Unlike his previous book (Flyy Girl, LJ 9/15/96), which was basically a YA novel, this is for adults and, ironically, less vulgar. Narrator Bobby Dallas begins the story as he is graduating from ... Read full review

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Section 2
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About the author (1997)

Omar Tyree, a native of Philadelphia, is an author, journalist, and poet. His books include Flyy Girl; Capital City: The Chronicles of a D.C. Underworld; and BattleZone: The Struggle to Survive the American Institution. He lives in New Castle, Delaware, with his wife, Karintha, and son, Ameer.

To learn more about Omar Tyree, view his Web site at www.OmarTyree.com or write to MARS Productions, P.O. Box 14814, Wilmington, DE 19850

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