A Meeting in the Ladies' Room is a story laced with intrigue, racial tension, and obsession that leads to murder. Jackie Blue is a hard-working, ambitious, young black editor. She looks forward to her weekly meetings with the Black Pack, a small group of African-American professionals with ties to the industry. These connections have helped place her on the fast track to a coveted executive editor's position, but she still faces an uphill battle against the predominantly white trust-fund babies. When her boss is suddenly murdered, Jackie finds herself in police custody and facing her greatest challenge ever.
Acclaimed author Anita Doreen Diggs packs her novel with suspense, sophisticated characters, and a surprise ending. She is a former editor who has drawn on her experiences in the Manhattan publishing world to create this riveting novel.
"Diggs provides an absorbing portrayal of the publishing industry." (Booklist)
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