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Fiction
A chilling, heart-rending story of slaves and slave owners during the fall of Richmond.
Fiction
Fast-paced and hilarious, Basnight's debut makes the most of its offbeat crew and a New York locale.
Kirkus, February 15, 2012

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Shadows in the Fire (Click Here)
In 1865, a 12-year-old slave girl is abandoned by her mentally ill white owner as Richmond burns and falls to Union forces.

Struggling to survive in a world gone mad, she meets a tall man whom the other slaves call Massa Lincomme, and proclaim, “Moses done come.”

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The Cop with the Pink Pistol (Click Here)
NYPD Homicide Detective Donna Prima’s sole concession to modern womanhood is the pink .38 she wears strapped to her ankle.

On a routine burglary follow-up in Greenwich Village, Donna meets a TV soap-opera actor who alerts her to some strange goings-on in the neighborhood.

Thus begins a crime adventure that—may—end with romance.

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