“Stirring and dramatic ... a unique look at sexual harassment. [An] unflinching and unapologetic ... story of corporate corruption and impropriety ... delves into the gritty reality of inner office liaisons. “Thump” is thought provoking and poignant long after the last page turns. I highly recommend it!” T. Staley, Penn Book Review.
I'm not who I thought I was. Neither is my wife. Now I must convince her of who she really is . . . or kill her. They tell me the future of the world depends on it. And I am running out of time . . .Superthread is a novella about a war waged through time, deceit with a higher purpose, and the power of love.Could you pull the trigger?
“There is something captivating when we mix spicy sex, lust, greed, and a protagonist that acts with such abandon as long as the end justifies the means. Well-paced plot ... a thoughtful and gripping narrative ... never a dull moment ... highly entertaining.” The Examiner
"A well-written, attention-grabbing courtroom room drama about sexual harassment and the persistence of racism. Engaging ... realistic ... honest ... provocative [as] the typical roles in a sexual harassment case are reversed. [It] builds to a climax that rivals other mainstream authors in this genre. This is the kind of book you cannot put down until you figure out the resolution." Jason Lolus, Pacific Book Review.
T.M. Jefferson (“Thump”), a handsome African American man, joined a venerable investment firm in Baltimore five years ago as a junior analyst. Henrietta Kingman, a white partner in her fifties, took him on as her lover and protégé, rewarding him with promotions and bonuses. But when Thump falls in love with a young nurse and attempts to end the relationship with Kingman, she fights back with unbridled viciousness. Faced with losing everything he holds dear, Thump files a lawsuit claiming sexual harassment. The dramatic trial cracks the facade of wealth and privilege, exposing the ugly truth – and then some.
Thump is a unique character in several ways: He is an inner-city black kid who has made it in a white-collar profession; he is a black man who works in a white men's business and is sexually used by an white female boss; and, most unusually, he is a man who dares to sue for sexual harassment. This story not only turns sexual harassment on its gender head, but also charges it with intense racial acrimony.