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Sandra Jackson-Opoku

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Sandra Jackson-Opoku is an award-winning poet, fiction writer, screenwriter, and journalist who writes frequently on culture and travel in the African diaspora. She lives in Chicago with her children Kimathi and Adjoa Opoku, and their cat, Rufus Budreau Jackson. The River Where Blood Is Born  is her first novel.

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The River Where Blood Is Born

Written by Sandra Jackson-Opoku


Format: eBook, 432 pages
Publisher: One World/Ballantine
On Sale: July 8, 2009
Price: $12.99

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The River Where Blood Is Born

Written by Sandra Jackson-Opoku


Format: Trade Paperback, 432 pages
Publisher: One World/Ballantine
On Sale: August 18, 1998
Price: $23.00

Winner of the 1998 American Library Association Black Caucus Literary Award for Best Fiction of the Year

The River Where Blood is Born takes the reader on a journey along the river of one family's history, carving a course for its women across two centuries and three continents, from the eighteenth century... Read more >
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