St. Martin's Griffin, 9780312336509, 352pp.
Publication Date: May 13, 2008
Celeste Styles is starting over. After losing her cherished salon in a suspicious fire, she has finally left her adulterous relationship and her drama-filled life in Brooklyn for the peace and tranquility of Atlanta, Georgia. But when Rah-Lo heads down south after deciding to leave his wife Asia, Celeste is floored and isn't quite sure if she wants to rekindle their affair. Meanwhile, Asia is hell bent on revenge. Vowing not to let Celeste get away with her man that easily, she, too, heads to Atlanta. But just on her heels is Ishmael Wright, ready to save the day and to warn his best friend Rah-Lo about his vengeful wife. Though Ishmael also has something else up his sleeve.
Secret betrayals are exposed, bitter rivalries explode, love is lost and found. Life will never be the same on the streets of "Hotlanta" in Tracy Brown's epic new urban drama.
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Praise For Twisted: A Novel…
“With powerfully vivid language, Brown renders the astronomical highs and heartrending lows of a beautiful but damaged young woman's struggle with crack addiction...” —Vibe Vixen
“Brown's characters are sympathetically drawn, and the Goodfellas-like take on the gangster life is eye-opening.” —Publishers Weekly
“WHITE LINESis unrelenting in its gritty portrayal of addiction, and unforgettable in its depiction of ghetto love. Truly, a must-read!” —Right On! Magazine
“WHITE LINES is a blunt, evocative, explosive urban epic by Tracy Brown . . . definitely one of the best books of 2007.” —RAWSISTAZ Reviewers 4.5 (out of 5)
“Tracy Brown does it again…WHITE LINES will most definitely be a hood classic.” —Shannon Holmes, national bestselling author of B-More Careful and Bad Girlz 4 Life
“Tracy Brown once again proves that the art of storytelling isn't dead.” —K'wan, national bestselling author of Still Hood
“WHITE LINES is Tracy Brown's blunt yet strangely evocative urban epic...Tracy Brown's urban saga draws its strength on believable characters in extraordinary lives.” —Fresh Fiction