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Giant Slayers

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Chainey Fields, a declining African American community, is experiencing significant changes. Taylor Charles and her two best friends, Leticia and Renee, are all back together again in their old community. But Chainey Fields is undergoing the same growing pains as the trio's relationships. The three women learn to negotiate their neighborhood as adults while tackling the ...more
Paperback, 272 pages
Published March 7th 2009 by Createspace (first published December 28th 1999)
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Wendy Raven McNair was born in Houston, Texas and grew up in the Third Ward projects. She didn't travel outside of Texas, until she was an adult, except vicariously through stories. "... I travelled past the bounds imposed on me by my circumstances ... through books. They took me away from my insecure, sometimes frightening but mostly monotonous poverty existence. Stories brought to my awareness a ...more
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