Seven Steps to Heaven
This multilayered family saga is a riveting tale of love, betrayal, and a search for identity—sexual and otherwise. Sis Lettie, the streetwise philosopher of the shebeens and entrepreneur par excellence, and her son Kokoroshe, a street urchin turned lawyer, are at the center of this dark and understated novel.
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