Acclaimed author Anita Doreen Diggs is a former editor who has drawn on her experiences in the Manhattan publishing world to create this riveting novel. A Meeting in the Ladies’ Room is a story laced with intrigue, racial tension, and obsession that leads to murder.
In the rarefied world of Manhattan publishing, most of the intrigue takes place in the books. But all that is about to change for respected editor Jacqueline Blue.
It’s not easy being one of the few African Americans in an overwhelmingly white industry. Yet, until now, Jackie’s biggest problem has been her unrequited love for Victor Bell, a handsome member of the Black Pack, her weekly professional group. Does Victor prefer tall women? Light-skinned sisters?
But then comes the morning her boss is suddenly murdered. It seems that Jackie was the last person to see Annabelle Murray alive—and the circumstances were not pretty. Jackie’s fingerprints are all over the crime scene, and, to make matters worse, she had sworn not to tell anyone why she was invited to her boss’ home in the first place. And just as everything is hitting the fan, Victor asks her out to dinner. Jackie knows that when it rains it pours—but now she’s knee-deep in hot water—and bailing herself out will be the toughest challenge she’s ever faced.
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