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Sunday, December 8, 2019

Black Author Releases 20th Anniversary Edition of His Best-Selling Book, “One Dead Preacher”

Tony Lindsay, author of One Dead Preacher

Author Tony Lindsay and his bookcover

Nationwide — The original release of One Dead Preacher brought national acclaim to then neophyte author Tony Lindsay. The book became a Black Expression’s choice, achieved the ranking of number one in African American fiction on Amazon.com, a Black Issues Book Review book choice for a good mystery, and the thrilling mystery was a book of the year pick for Conversations Magazine.

And so, two decades later, his publishing company is excited to release the book’s 20th anniversary edition.

Here is the book’s synopsis:

Things couldn’t be better for David Price. That is, until he meets sexy vixen Sugar Greer, a married woman with a dark history that she must hide, and he vows to protect. When it’s all over, David and his client are left with blood on their hands. Caught in a cultic web of abuse, theft, and murder, David must get back on the streets to clear his name, a journey that will lead him to One Dead Preacher.

Book Details:
One Dead Preacher 20th Anniversary Edition
By Tony Lindsay
Genre: Fiction, Mystery
Trade paperback
ISBN: 9781793194497
Available on Amazon


About the Author:
Tony Lindsay is the author of eight novels; One Dead Preacher, Street Possession, Chasin’ It, Urban Affair, One Dead Lawyer, More Boy than Girl, One Dead Doctor, and The Killing Breeze. He has written five short story collections titled Pieces of the Hole – Fat from Papa’s Head – Emotional Drippings – Almost Grown – and Acorns in a Skillet. He has published book critiques and reviews for Black Issues Book Review, Conversations Magazine, The African American Literary Book Club, and The Chicago Defender. He was a contributor to three anthologies: Revise the Psalm, Don’t Hate the Game, and Luscious Fire and Desire. He has also contributed to the on-line encyclopedia Identity.com, and Mosiac.com. He has been published by to the African American literary website Timbooktu.com, as well as the young adult magazine Cicada.



Tony Lindsay