An Accidental Affair

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Product Details
Price
$16.00  $14.88
Publisher
Penguin Adult Hc/Tr
Publish Date
Pages
416
Dimensions
5.3 X 7.9 X 1.1 inches | 0.85 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780451239280

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About the Author
Eric Jerome Dickey (1961-2021) was the award-winning and New York Times bestselling author of twenty-nine novels, as well as a six-issue miniseries of graphic novels featuring Storm (X-Men) and the Black Panther. His novel Sister, Sister was honored as one of Essence's "50 Most Impactful Black Books of the Last 50 Years," and A Wanted Woman won the NAACP Image Award in the category of Outstanding Literary Work in 2014. His most recent novels include The Blackbirds, Finding Gideon, Bad Men and Wicked Women, Before We Were Wicked, The Business of Lovers, and The Son of Mr. Suleman.
Reviews
Praise for An Accidental Affair

"Once again, Eric Jerome Dickey has written a genre bending...story that is chalk full of danger, intrigue, mysterious characters with shady motives, murder, intrigue...and obsession. Oh, and there's sex. Lots of graphic, erotic, steamy, sweaty, climactic earth-quaking sex...the reader is forewarned: you are in for a hardboiled, fast ride."--Seattle-Post Intelligencer

"The pace is fast, to be sure...A mix of erotica and noir...an ardent thriller."--Kirkus Reviews.

"A melodrama of infidelity among Hollywood's glittering stars...quirky and vivid."--Publishers Weekly

More Praise for Eric Jerome Dickey

"Dickey taps the intimate emotions of a woman."--Entertainment Weekly

"No one does it like Eric Jerome Dickey."--Black Expressions

"[O]ne of the most successful Black authors of the last quarter-century."--The New York Times

"Eric Jerome Dickey's work is a master class in Black joy....[his] characters--bold, smart women oozing sexuality and vulnerability--navigate interpersonal conflicts using dialogue that crackles with authenticity."--The Atlantic