Titel: Zachary's Wings: A Novel
Verlag: Scribner, New York
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Rosemarie Robotham makes her impressive fiction debut with this tender, seductive love story about a perceptive young social worker and the enigmatic reporter who draws him into the restless stream of her life.
Zachary, the middle son in a loving but chaotic working-class African-American family, is the guardian of secrets, the one his kin turn to with their emotional burdens. An unassuming man, he finds social work entirely natural, "nothing more than helping some people get through their day." Korie, a child of upper-middle-class professionals in the West Indies, is a more driven soul, but her fiercely competent exterior belies emotional storms. When she meets Zach on a reporting assignment in Philadelphia, she is immediately drawn to this easygoing man in whom so many people place their trust.
Zach, equally fascinated, quickly fosters a relationship. But what begins as a passionate affair becomes increasingly troubled. Zachary's Wings turns on questions of race and sexuality, class and culture, and the intricate tangle of secrets that begin to consume Zach and Korie's lives. This intimate and warmly appealing novel -- and the complex characters at its core -- will win the hearts of readers everywhere.About the Author:
Rosemarie Robotham, former staff reporter for Life magazine, is an editor-at-large at Essence magazine. Her short fiction has appeared in John Henrik Clarke's Black American Short Stories: One Hundred Years of the Best. She is also co-author of Spirits of the Passage: The Transatlantic Slave Trade in the Seventeenth Century and editor of The Bluelight Corner: Black Women Writing on Passion, Sex and Romantic Love. She lives in New York City with her husband and two children.
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