The coldest winter ever
The coldest winter ever

Souljah, Sister, author.


Publication Information
New York, N.Y. : Washington Square Press, 2005, c1999

Physical Description
355 p. ; 22 cm.

Subject Term
African American women -- New York (State) -- New York -- Fiction.
Inner cities -- New York (State) -- New York -- Fiction.
Drug traffic -- New York (State) -- New York -- Fiction.

Geographic Term
Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.) -- Fiction.

Urban fiction.

I came busting into the world during one of New York's worst snowstorms, so my mother named me Winter. Ghetto-born, Winter is the young, wealthy daughter of a prominent Brooklyn drug-dealing family. Quick-witted, sexy, and business-minded, she knows and loves the streets like the curves of her own body. But when a cold Winter wind blows her life in a direction she doesn't want to go, her street smarts and seductive skills are put to the test of a lifetime. Unwilling to lose, this ghetto girl will do anything to stay on top. Featuring a Special Collector's Edition Reader's Guide -- including an author Q&A, detailed character analyses, and the author's own remarks about the meaning of her story.

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Oakdale LibraryBookFICTION SOU01Checked Out
Stillwater Public LibraryBookFICTION SOU11Fiction Collection