HEROINE by D. Mitchell

HEROINE by D. MitchellThe baddest woman in town is not a gangster girl or a ride-or-die chick – she’s a third generation assassin who has plans to change the world.

Born and raised in the nation’s capital, Samara Brown was taught by her military trained father how to eliminate opposition. Samara’s mother taught her how to think like her opponents and overcome them without force. Life taught her how to combine the two and play to win.

She successfully establishes a community center to help change the lives of the youth in her ward. All goes well until her efforts start to have an impact on the finances of the area’s drug dealers and pimps. Samara’s disdain for the police and politicians gain her more enemies within the government. Will Samara’s skills be enough to overcome those out to get her?

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