UNFINISHED BUSINESS: A CELEBRATION of BLACK LIFE, LOVE, and INSTITUTIONAL MEMORY
A novel written by Theresa w. Bennett-Wilkes
WHAT KIND OF WOMAN FINAGLES HER WAY INTO MARRIAGE AND MOTHERHOOD only to walk away leaving behind the infant she just had to have and a bewildered, beleaguered husband? Margo Fraser, of course! Fifteen years later she embarks on a quest to reconnect with the son she abandoned, desperate to re-write the narrative and tie up the loose ends of her unfinished business. Her mission is fraught with drama, rife with unintended consequences bedeviling her at every turn. Her blunders generate fierce blowback and wreak havoc in the lives of her current and former spouses, including the latter’s family. As he and his wife grapple with her reemergence, other unfinished business rears its ugly head creating a riveting, beautifully written, and engrossing tale of black life, love, and institutional memory.
Unfinished Business is a two-volume literary odyssey; a narrative journey from beginning to end. It isn’t Christian fiction, but it is fiction Christians can read. Want signed copies? For more information send an email to email@example.com and put Autographed Copies in the subject line.