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E Lynn Harris

USA flag (1955 - 2009)

E. Lynn Harris was an openly gay African American author, most known for his depictions of African American men on the down low or in the closet.

Genres: General Fiction
E Lynn Harris recommends
Waiting in Vain (1998)
Colin Channer
"A stunning debut!"
Sunday You Learn How to Box (2000)
Bil Wright
"Heartbreaking and heartwarming. I was touched in so many ways by this absolutely dazzling and elegant debut. You wan't be able to put it down."
One Woman Short (2000)
Nelson George
"Part love story, part mystery - a page-turner to the very end."
A House Is Not a Home (2005)
(B-Boy Blues, book 6)
James Earl Hardy
"James Earl Hardy is at the top of his game with characters we love. A House Is Not a Home is so good you won't want it - or the series - to end."
Last Night a DJ Saved My Life (2006)
Lyah Beth LeFlore
"Fun, fun, fun from a fresh new voice in women's fiction."
Three Sides to Every Story (2006)
(Johnny and James, book 1)
Clarence Nero
"Nero has written a sizzling, scintilating love triangle set in the Ninth Ward of our beloved New Orleans. Get ready for a read that will turn you on and keep the pages turning."

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