Kensington, Sep 2001, 24.00, 305 pp.
In New York City, Sandy deeply grieves the death of her beloved husband who succumbed to AIDS. As Sandy struggles to regain her equilibrium, she finds solace in a safe relationship with her brother-in-law before testing the deeper rapids with a contractor.
While Sandy toils with finding a reason to live, her best friends also struggle with life. In the courtroom Martha the assista...
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