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Continuing the...
VOICES FROM THE DRUM (VFTD) Radio Book Club
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Join Gloria on the VOICES FROM THE DRUM (VFTD) Radio Book Club at 6pm Eastern Time (ET), for some stimulating dialogue with, and about, some of today's (and yesterday's) most provocative authors and their works.


 

ERIQ LA SALLE (Audio)

ERIQ LA SALLE
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Actor, director and author
LAWS OF WRATH
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By ERIC LA SALLE

Voices from the Drum Radio Book Club welcomes,

 ERIQ LA SALLE, actor, director and author of

'LAWS of DEPRAVITY and LAWS OF WRATH'

 

Click here to visit ERIQ LA SALLE's web site

 

To hear ERIQ LA SALLE's interview with the Radio Book Club, click the blue link above his image  -- MEDIA PLAYER REQUIRED

 

  Reviews for "LAWS OF WRATH":  "Raw and gritty, with a careening plot and brisk dialogue, Eriq LaSalle's satisfying new novel will especially appeal to fans of serial killer thrillers." -New York Times bestselling suspense author Wendy Corsi Staub   

"Eriq La Salle's Laws of Wrath is all thriller; no filler-a white-knuckled treat."-James Patterson

About: Chinatown, New York-The butchered body of a transvestite is found in a dumpster. Nothing out of the ordinary for NYPD,  except the victim just so happens to be the brother of  Detective Phee Freeman. At first the slaying seems to be the random act of a vicious killer but when it is discovered that there are similar ritualistic murders throughout the city, Phee and his partner Quincy Cavanaugh, along with FBI Agent Janet Maclin, have no choice but to join forces with Dr. Daria Zibik, a brilliant but deranged cult leader. With the clock running down and bodies piling up, Phee and his partners must to do everything they can to stop the bloodshed and determine if the evil they are hunting and the psychopath they are trusting could actually be one in the same.

 

 

 




'The MAN from ESSENCE...'
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On cover: EDWARD LEWIS

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AUDREY EDWARDS
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co-author: 'The MAN from ESSENCE...'

 

 
 Voices from the Drum Radio Book Club talks with,

 AUDREY EDWARDS, journalist and co-author of

The Man from Essence: Creating a Magazine for Black Women by EDWARD LEWIS with AUDREY EDWARDS

 
 

 

 To hear AUDREY EDWARDS' interview with the Radio Book Club, click the blue link above her image -- MEDIA PLAYER REQUIRED

 

"The Man from Essence: Creating a Magazine for Black Women" by Edward Lewis with Audrey Edwards, foreword by Camille O. Cosby

Essence magazine is the most popular, well respected, and largest circulated black women's magazine in history. Largely unknown is the remarkable story of what it took to earn that distinction.

The Man from Essence depicts with candor and insight how Edward Lewis, CEO and publisher of Essence, started a magazine with three black men who would transform the lives of millions of black American women and alter the American marketplace. Throughout Essence's colorful and storied history, Ed Lewis remained the cool and constant presence, a quiet-talking corporate captain and business strategist who prevailed against the odds and the naysayers. He would emerge to become the last man standing-the only partner to survive the battles that raged before the magazine was sold to Time, Inc. in the largest buyout of a black-owned publication by the world's largest publishing company. By the time Lewis did the deal with Time, a little magazine that limped from the starting gate in 1970 with a national circulation of 50,000 had grown into a powerhouse with a circulation of more than a million and a pass along readership of eight million.