Room 207

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Itasca Books, Aug 30, 2011 - Fiction - 292 pages
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Sometimes, even for a strong-willed career-woman, life gets in the way. So does death.

Sherice Fischer's time working in Room 207 has barely begun, but it's already filled with scandal. After all, when you're looking at files of confidential forensic data, it is bound to range from the mild to outright scandalous.

Unfortunately, there is even more scandal outside of the office for Sherice: sex, lies, and betrayal -- and it seems to be becoming a part of the life she lives while working in forensics at the Chicago Police Department. Will her dream of becoming Director of Forensics in her unit be able to survive her personal life?

The intense story of Room 207 (the first novel in an exciting new series) follows Sherice's passion through its trials and tribulations, including her affair with Reggie (the love of her life) and the homicide investigation of his best friend.

Will she reach her dream to become Director--or will the personal drama surrounding her keep her forever trapped...

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Esther Osayande was born in St. Paul, MN; she currently resides in Brooklyn, NY, and Minneapolis, MN, as an established visual artist and writer. Esther has transcended her artistic talents from painting to writing. Approaching the big 60, she celebrates life expecting new adventures and new beginnings, as her son Bomani often reminds her that it's never too late to live your dreams, if you dare to believe. Esther didn't begin this journey of writing until she turned 57, which is the proof in the pudding that it's never too late. “Faith isn't just what you say, but the necessary steps you're willing to take!” AUTHOR HOME: Minneapolis, MN

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