Synopses & Reviews
After serving time for murder, a man returns to live with his grandmother in a small Harlem tenement. His presence opens old wounds and exposes hidden secrets among the reesidents and the habitues of The Blind Alley, an after-hours jazz club in the basement.
Pandora's box is opened and does not close until the explosive ending.
About the Author
Grace F. Edwards was born and raised in Harlem and now lives in Brooklyn. She is the author of the novel In the Shadow of the Peacock and of three previous Mali Anderson mysteries, If I Should Die, A Toast Before Dying (a featured alternate selection of the Mystery Guild), and No Time to Die.