MY SOUL TO KEEP. [New York]: HarperCollinsPublishers, . Octavo, two-part boards. First edition. Signed on the title page by Due. The author's second novel. "It's an education and a pleasure to read a book by a black writer about Africans and African Americans in all their human (and superhuman) variety, with not a stereotype, token, or obligatory sidekick in sight. These people live and breathe, and all, including the monsters, evoke the reader's sympathy." - Leila Loban, Necrofile: The Review of Horror Literature #28 (1998), p. 218. Pulpy text paper just a bit tanned, a fine copy in fine dust jacket. (#164466).
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