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by Wanda M. Morris
this gripping debut thriller follows a Black lawyer who becomes embroiled in the nefarious dealings of her company, threatening not just her job, but her family.
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by Michael Connelly
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by Amanda Gorman
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by Jane Goodall and Douglas Abrams
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by Geoffrey Wheatcroft
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by Michael Eric Dyson
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