It is 1940's Los Angeles. And, the world is in the throes of its second global conflict. Soon, African American housewife Bernadine Brieman will feel the agony of losing her husband Harrison to a German land mine in France. To support her family, Bernadine is forced into immediate employment as a maid for the family of a Jewish lawyer. While working, Bernadine learns that her best friend Theresa has lost contact with her lover Gordon Gonzales. The lawyer hires white private eye Charlie Simonson to find Gordon. But soon, Charlie finds something he wasn't looking for...attraction to Bernadine. And thus begins the harrowing, heartening tale of "A Civil Right To Love."
Kim Robinson did a Wonderful JOB! writing this book. It was like I was living in the era she was writing about. The characters were so real it's like I knew each on e of them. GREAT JOB!!
In this page-turning novel, be prepared for one surprise after another. Hang on, because you will be itching to know what is coming next after each word is read. Excellent!
Every action brings about a reaction
Every person is put on this earth for a purpose
Find yours and excel in it, whatever it may be
Remember that everything you do God can see
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My books originate from family history and dreams. My writing is God’s way of enabling me to help others.
This is more than an ingredient in a recipe. Spanning 1865 to 1997, the book is my great-grandmother and grandmother’s life story, as told by her before she passed. It is accompanied by the memories of family members and friends. I have added just a dash of fiction to give it more flavor. Based in Louisiana, with all its flair and Southern culture, it describes the experiences throughout history, contributing to the shaping of the generations.