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In his four previous novels, E. Lynn Harris has taken on the controversial issues of race and class, bisexuality, and AIDS within the African-American community, acquiring both an enthusiastic readership and critical acclaim for his efforts. Now, in the eagerly awaited conclusion to his Invisible Life trilogy, Harris returns to the unforgettable characters of Invisible Life and Just as I Am for a new round of professional challenges and personal heartbreaks.
Abide with Me finds Raymond Tyler and his lover, Trent, happily settled in Seattle, their respective legal and architectural careers in full swing. But when Ray is nominated for a federal judgeship, disturbing secrets from Trent's past resurface that threaten their relationship. Meanwhile, Nicole and Jared have moved from Atlanta to New York City, where Nicole is on the verge of fulfilling her lifelong fantasy of performing on Broadway. But she is forced to reevaluate her own career when an overzealous understudy jeopardizes her return to the stage. Here, too, is the sexy and unpredictable John Basil Henderson, whose successful job as an ESPN sports commentator cannot conceal his fundamental loneliness.
With depth and sensitivity, further revealing the intricate and intimate relationships of the beloved cast of this trio of novels, Abide with Me is sure to remain with the reader long after the series has come to a close.