Miki has taught at Writer's Digest University for more than a decade. She's had novels and writing instructionals in print and won an Edgar for a short story of hers that appeared in an anthology.
on March 08, 2013 :
I have never read anything like A Murder in Harlem. I believe it's biggest appeal is that it has takes the reader on a ride in the eyes of a protagonist most reader will never have the opportunity to walk in the shoes of. This unlikely protagonist Miriam is marginalized due to her gender and place in the a country where she is not completely comfortable. Miriam uses her wits and strength to not only deal with a unpleasant husband but get her family out of a tight spot with the police.
(review of free book)