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Before Muhlaysia

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Dallas trans author’s new book tells the story of her friend’s murder, and imagines getting revenge   DAVID TAFFET | Senior Staff Writer Two decades before the assault on Muhlaysia Booker followed by her murder made national headlines, there was Tanesha Duvall, a Dallas transgender woman who was shot in the head for no other reason than that she was a transgender woman.

Brandee F. Kassadine has written about her experience as a witness in the trial of Duvall’s murderer, asking, “What if we got revenge?” She explores the options in her book A Diva’s Revenge, set to be released Saturday, Sept.

17. She’s already written a sequel, and it is set for a Valentine’s Day release. Kassadine said at the time she met Duvall, she was a student at Walt Whitman High School, the experimental and ahead-of-its-time LGBTQ school that started on the campus of Cathedral of Hope before moving to its own building on Maple Avenue.

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