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Covington Branch EUREK (Text) 33126024973673 Urban Fiction Available -

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  • ISBN: 9781945855023 :
  • ISBN: 1945855029
  • Physical Description: 298 pages ; 21 cm
  • Publisher: Farmingdale, N.Y. : Urban Books, 2018

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Authentic and gripping, Eureka debuts with a poignant novel about one woman's climb to success and those ready to pull her right back down. "Elana Dolvan lived through a treacherous childhood in Chicago, and wants to be more than another 'hood life' statistic, so she sets her sights on the top. Elana works her way up the steep ladder of white collar success, achieving one of the most impressive careers in her family's history. She becomes a powerful attorney, but the lure of the streets is still strong. She is also known in the underworld as Dutchtress, one of the most ruthless female bosses in the U.S. Trapped between the two worlds, her double identity soon creates problems, and all hell breaks loose. The unpredicted fallout leaves nothing but murder and mayhem in its path. Dutchtress refuses to allow her enemies to take another breath of fresh air after they take her most precious possession. She will stop at nothing to get back what's hers. With her right-hand man, Flex, by her side, they perform a bloody symphony, reaching all the way from the Windy City to Jamaica. Family or not; no one's spilled blood is off limits."--Back cover.
Subject: African Americans > Fiction.
African American women > Fiction.
African American women lawyers > Fiction.
Street life > Fiction.
Genre: Urban fiction.
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