William Frederick Cooper's eagerly anticipated sequel to his wildly acclaimed debut novel Six Days in January is a powerful, heartfelt tale that will resonate with readers everywhere. In Six Days in January , William Frederick Cooper shed light on the insecurities and fears of African American men through the experiences of his enigmatic protagonist, William McCall. As There's Always a Reason opens, William has experienced another emotional heartbreak at the hands of a woman. When he loses his job, too, William ...

There's Always a Reason 2011, Strebor Books

ISBN-13: 9781593093297

Mass-market paperback

There's Always a Reason 2007, Strebor Books

ISBN-13: 9781593091118

Trade paperback