bestselling blaxpat author Delorys Welch-Tyson

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An eccentric assortment of Americans search for "Mr. Right" on the French Riviera.
Selected by the Literary Guild, Selected by the Doubleday Book Club
A divided family on two continents reconcile after the death of their patriarch.
A hilarious account of romantic reunions and career ambitions which culminate in cult suicide.

BLOODLINES: a screenplay

It’s 1992 when world renowned Black American author, Nicolas Freeman dies suddenly of a heart attack. He is 60 years old. He leaves behind an ex-wife, Alva and their 35 year old daughter, Diane, in New York City. In France, his widow, Odile and their 25 year old daughter plan to attend the memorial service and the reading of the Will. The two families will be meeting for the first time.

Tensions mount as secrets explode between a divided family on two different continents. Nevertheless, despite the confusion and disillusionment the Will has created, it was obvious that Nicolas had a master plan. Something he was unable to do during his emotionally and professionally turbulent life.