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New York TImes Best-selling Author

Milk In My Coffee

Milk In My Coffee
Genre: Literature & Fiction
Publisher: Penguin Group
Publication Year: May 1, 2000

"Frothy and fun . . . Dickey scores with characters who come to feel like old friends . . . After the last page is turned you'll still have plenty to savor."
-Essence (on Milk in My Coffee)

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About the Book

With his third book, Milk In My Coffee, Eric Jerome Dickey climbed the national charts, including the Wall Street Journal, the Los Angeles Times, and the New York Times lists, confirming the tremendous promise of his first two bestsellers Sister, Sister and Friend and Lovers.

Dickey's novel of African American romance and friendship is engrossing and entertaining; this story is definitely more developed than his two previous novels. Tennessee-born Jordan Greene, a successful, single professional living in Manhattan, is the main character. He and his best friend Solomon, who is closer to him than either of his two brothers, confide and support one another. Kimberly Chavers is the aspiring artist he meets in a taxicab, and they soon develop a relationship of substance and meaning.

The surprising twists at the end of the novel bring a good novel to a very satisfying conclusion.

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