Tanya Black has everything a woman could want. And yet, none of it can hide the growing turbulence in her marriage. Her husband, once a supportive partner, has grown remote, and Tanya has the uneasy feeling that her comfortable life is about to change.
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The Essence magazine fiction book of the year! And the Blackboard Fiction Book of the Year 2001!From the Inside Flap:
A fresh insightful voice in African-American fiction, Kimberla Lawson Roby has won raves from readers and critics alike. Reviewer's Bookwatch called BEHIND CLOSED DOORS a truly uplifting account of struggle and adjustment. Eric Jerome Dickey, New York Times bestselling author of Milk in My Coffee, praised the unforgettable characters of HERE AND NOW, and called Roby a true writer, a storyteller at the top of her game. Now Kim Roby is back with the powerful story of a woman torn between salvaging the marriage which has given her both happiness and heartbreak, and savoring her first sweet taste of independence.
Tanya Black has everything a woman could want: a fulfilling career, a beautiful daughter, an elegant home and a handsome, charismatic husband who is pastor at a prominent Baptist church. And yet, Tanya can no longer deny that the calm surface of her life hides a growing turbulence. Her husband Curtis, once a supportive partner and passionate lover, has grown remote, and Tanya has the uneasy feeling that her comfortable life is about to change forever.
When Tanya uncovers disturbing truths about Curtis, she is plunged into a bittersweet journey of discovery. For while she learns painful new lessons about love, betrayal and sensual temptation, she also discovers, within herself, the wisdom to celebrate the victories that are hers alone.
CASTING THE FIRST STONE is a rich and compelling story filled with complex characters. Told with humor and unflinching honesty, this wise, moving tale of one womans poignant awakening celebrates every womans life and establishes Kimberla Lawson Roby as one of the most original African American novelists at work today.
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Book Description Kensington, 2002. Mass Market Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0758201796
Book Description Kensington, 2002. Mass Market Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110758201796