New York, NY : Amistad, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, 
Edition: First edition.
Description: 264 pages ; 22 cm
"Lottie Rebecca Lee is spoken into the world in Fayetteville, North Carolina by a Black nurse who declares, "Lord Jesus, if that ain't the blackest little baby born this side of heaven." Later, Lottie will prove that she is the ancestors' promise to unearth the Mississippi and Ghanaian atrocities that have tormented Benjamin Lee, her grandfather, who was born during the Great Depression in Mississippi's red clay tobacco fields, and Benjamin Junior, his son and Lottie Rebecca's father, born in Fayetteville, North Carolina, where the post Korean War GI Bill promises prosperity. These two generations of men are haunted by the Mother-Spirit who did not survive enslavement's post-traumatic stress violence. Trinity is the riveting story of the daughter-spirit born to stitch love back into the scattered wombs of her Black mothers and call love back into the fishing blues songs of her Black male kin"-- Provided by publisher.
|Call Number||Location||Shelf Location||Status|
|F Lockhart||Main (Downtown)||New - First Level, Fiction||In|
|F Lockhart||Cooper (Forest Acres)||New, Fiction||In|
|F Lockhart||Eastover||New, Fiction||In|
|F Lockhart||Edgewood||New, Fiction||In|
|F Lockhart||Northeast Indoors||New, Fiction||In|
|F Lockhart||Sandhills Indoors||New, Fiction||In|
|F Lockhart||Southeast||New, Fiction||In|
|F Lockhart||Wheatley (Shandon)||New, Fiction||In|