10 08 2015
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40 Years of Service

Author Karen E. Quinones Miller returns with "Satin Nights" (Warner, $23.99), the follow-up to her debut novel, "Satin Doll," a tale of four strong, sassy women from Harlem.
This time, Regina Harris and her girlfriends have grown into confident, powerful 30-somethings. Despite the passing of the years, romantic entanglements that have come and gone, and the struggles of career and womanhood, the women have never forgotten each other or where they came from.
Blending themes of friendship and romantic angst with tough, independent female characters, "Satin Nights" captures the edginess of urban grit and celebrates the strength of sisterhood.

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