My new book, Afterlife in Harlem got a mention in the Ladue News

St. Louis author TERRY MULLIGAN is out with her latest novel, Afterlife in Harlem, described as “a supernatural soap opera on a political and historical stage.” The book envisions the ghost of Alexander Hamilton counseling Bill Clinton, who is suffering from ‘First Gentleman’s distress’ in 2016. The author, who was born and raised in Harlem and lived across the street from the Grange, Hamilton’s historic home, moved to St. Louis in the 1980s. Her first book, a memoir, Sugar Hill: When the Sun Rose Over Harlem, is the winner of two nonfiction writing awards.

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