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You simply must meet Karla FC Holloway -- glass-ceiling-shatterer, scholar, Duke University distinguished professor emerita, non-fiction author, bio-ethicist, law school graduate, and now: mystery novelist.  Her debut novel is A Death in Harlem Come April, Harlem's first Black police detective, Weldon Haynie Thomas, is back on the case.  So too Karla Holloway with a sequel, Gone Missing in Harlem.  


LINKS:

KarlaHolloway.com
Karla Holloway on TWITTER​ 

Publishers Weekly interviews Karla Holloway 

Dr. Karla Holloway, PhD Duke University  

Northwestern University Press

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“In the late midwinter of 1927, when that lady they thought was White jumped, or fell, or got pushed out the window of the Hotel Theresa, Harlem’s first colored policeman was assigned the night  watch.”

~ Karla FC Holloway,  A Death in Harlem 

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