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The Black Magnolia Society by Anisah True


The Black Magnolia Society by Anisah True

In a world fueled by sex, drugs, and money, the savvy, sexy, and professional women of the Black Magnolia Society are taking the entertainment industry by storm making and breaking all the rules. Amidst racial turmoil and social prejudice, three best friends formed a bond that remained throughout their lifetime. Cicely Charles, Katherine Blessing, and Lucinda Lewis formed the Black Magnolia Society in 1936. Over sixty years later, their granddaughters have taken the helm to continue their legacy of sisterhood, strength, courage, and ultimately wisdom. In this first book of an exciting new series, the Black Magnolia Society will introduce and take you on a journey with a cast of characters as they deal with their relationships, careers, and other life altering tales along the way.

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Publication date

3rd June 2009


Anisah True

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191 pages


Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)



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