LOST ANGELES by Odie Hawkins

In the post-Watts Rebellion 1970s, Chester L. Simmons takes up the study of Korean martial arts – hapkido and tae kwan do – and finds it easier to understand than the Korean-American shopkeepers catering to African Americans in South Central “El-A.” As he attempts to understand the racial animosities between blacks and Koreans, author Odie Hawkins, with his special blend of wry humor, incisiveness, and sensitivity, takes his alter ego Simmons through a series of romances with women of various colors (including one unique arrangement with three brown beauties in Frisco) and a series of misadventures writing movie and television scripts for Hollywood studios. Odie Hawkins is again writing in top form.

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