West End
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    Babylon Sisters | Pearl Cleage

    Babylon Sisters

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 7 mins)
    • By Pearl Cleage
    • Narrated By Pearl Cleage
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    Catherine, busy working with refugee and immigrant women through her small firm, Babylon Sisters, has taken on a powerful new client. She doesn't have much time for Phoebe's complicated questions of paternity - that is, until Phoebe's real father, B. J., a renowned investigative reporter, shows up in town to work on a story connected to Catherine.

    Sisters in power

    The story line is so relevant! The author paints a picture with metaphors, alliteration , and other writing techniques.. Absolutely love Pearl Cleage

    Reviewed on March 23 2016 by Deidre Jackson ()
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    Baby Brother's Blues | Pearl Cleage

    Baby Brother's Blues

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 36 mins)
    • By Pearl Cleage
    • Narrated By Pearl Cleage
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    When Regina Burns married Blue Hamilton, she knew he was no ordinary man. Regina enjoyed a circle of engaging friends and her own work as communications consultant, but she especially relished the company of her husband, who never ceased to be a source of passion and delight. Then everything changes. Frightened women are showing up in West End, seeking Blue's protection from lovers who have suddenly become violent.

    pure artistry

    no one weaves a tale together like Pearl Cleage. The complexities of the characters' personas are masterful!

    Reviewed on March 31 2016 by Deidre Jackson ()
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    Till You Hear From Me: A Novel | Pearl Cleage

    Till You Hear From Me: A Novel

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 26 mins)
    • By Pearl Cleage
    • Narrated By Bahni Turpin
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    Just when it appears that all her hard work on Barack Obama's presidential campaign is about to pay off with a White House job, 35-year-old Ida B. Wells Dunbar finds herself on Washington, D.C.'s post-election sidelines even as her twentysomething counterparts overrun the West Wing. Adding to her woes, her father, the Reverend Horace A. Dunbar, Atlanta civil rights icon, is notoriously featured on an endlessly replayed YouTube clip.

    perfect story

    a wonderful tale of the changing of the guard mixed with a father and daughter story.

    Reviewed on April 08 2016 by Deidre Jackson ()
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    Just Wanna Testify: A Novel | Pearl Cleage

    Just Wanna Testify: A Novel

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 14 mins)
    • By Pearl Cleage
    • Narrated By Bahni Turpin
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    Atlanta’s West End district has always been a haven and home to a coterie of unique characters - artists and thinkers, dreamers and doers. Folks here know one another’s names, keep their doors unlocked, and look out for their neighbors. Anyone planning to sell drugs, vandalize, or rob a little old lady should think twice before hitting this part of town. And Blue Hamilton, West End’s unofficial mayor and longtime protector, will see to it that you do. Blue wears many hats here. Blue is also the man you pay your respects to if you’re looking to set up shop in this urban enclave....

    Never disappointed in Pearl Cleage before, but...

    First let me say that I LOVE Pearl Cleage's writing. I've read or listened to everything she has written--often more than once. I was so excited to ..Show More »

    Reviewed on August 10 2011 by Bev S. Weiler (Broomfield, CO)