Books by Tracy Price-Thompson

MY BLUE SUEDE SHOES by Tracy Price-Thompson
Released: March 29, 2011

"Sober cautionary tales of smart women making bad choices."
Four different writers introduce strong African-American women who are forced to deal with their own variations of domestic violence. Read full book review >
Released: Oct. 1, 2007

"Attempts are made to examine the source of misplaced self-hatred, but the characters are either so bad or good, and the plotting so overdone, that all subtlety is lost."
A clumsy attempt at exploring the complex issue of skin color in the African-American community. Read full book review >
KNOCKIN’ BOOTS by Tracy Price-Thompson
Released: Oct. 25, 2005

"Sexy fun, lewd language and a little bit of reflection on sex and race in America."
Don't be fooled by the inane title—there's more to Price-Thompson's latest than raunchy sex, although in a novel about sex addiction, you can be sure she covers everything from threesomes to brothers on the "downlow." Read full book review >
BLACK COFFEE by Tracy Price-Thompson
Released: Jan. 15, 2002

"Points for honesty and grit, though that's hardly enough to compensate for all the flaws."
A Desert Storm veteran's amateurish and overwritten, if not without a certain rakish appeal, first novel—about African-Americans in the military—pulls few punches in depicting the tribulations of First Lieutenant Sanderella Coffee. Read full book review >