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A Personal Agenda Paperback – February 4, 2010
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Top Customer Reviews
What is not seen on TV or the news pages is a new kind of racial hatred and resentment laid bare by the author: U.S. Black vs. International Black. These immigrants--whether from the Carribean or Africa--are shunned by the Black Caucus and resented for their academic success and jobs they land.
All this, and murder and sex too. It's a quick and intense read that won't soon be forgotten.
I usually dont read fiction but I know the author from her time on Capitol Hill and thought I would check it out.
Amazing that this is her first book -very well written with several twists and turns - hope she keeps writing and hope every one on Capitol Hill and beyond will read.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Amazing, would expect nothing less of this exceptional writer. Can't wait for your next novel Winsome.❤️Published 10 months ago by irene morgan-bowen
I must praise Winaomw for making the effort to write a book and especially the standards it has been written. Read morePublished on April 15, 2010 by Z. Yasmin
A well-written murder mystery involving Congressmen, professional/attractive women and men, and the biases they must all grapple with. Read morePublished on March 27, 2010 by MLS
This book is at best a work in progress. It would benefit from having an editor, the author uses inappropriate words to describe scences. Read morePublished on March 16, 2010 by Bond
This is a riveting murder mystery! The book uses the murder of two Congressman and their families as background for a provocative view of racial relations. Read morePublished on March 7, 2010 by S. Wartenberg