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Tananarive Due

Tananarive Due is a former features writer and columnist for the Miami Herald. She has written two highly acclaimed novels: The Between and My Soul to Keep. Ms. Due makes her home in Longview, Washington.

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The Black Rose
Written by Tananarive Due
One World/Ballantine | Trade Paperback | January 2001
$19.00/21.00(Canada) | 978-0-345-44156-0 (0-345-44156-7)

Born to former slaves on a Louisiana plantation in 1867, Madam C.J. Walker rose from poverty and indignity to become America's first black female millionaire, the head of a hugely successful beauty company, and a leading philanthropist in African American causes. Renowned author Alex Haley became fascinated by the story of... Read more






Freedom in the Family
Written by Tananarive Due and Patricia Stephens Due
One World/Ballantine | Trade Paperback | December 2003
$23.00/30.00(Canada) | 978-0-345-44734-0 (0-345-44734-4)

Patricia Stephens Due fought for justice during the height of the Civil Rights era. Her daughter, Tananarive, grew up deeply enmeshed in the values of a family committed to making right whatever they saw as wrong. Together, in alternating chapters, they have written a paean to the movement—its hardships, its nameless... Read more





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