DIRTY SOUTH by Darrell King
Behind the moss-draped trees, Mint Juleps and stately mansions of the American Deep South lies a foreboding and deadly dark side. Multimillionaire drug lords do power lunches with Southern aristocrats by day and lay waste to their rivals by night in a bloodbath not seen since the Civil War.
At the helm of the million-dollar drug deals, bling-bling lifestyle and widespread murder hails the power Lake clan, led by ruthless New Orleans kingpins Marion “Snookey” Lake and his ambitious nephew, Rae-Kwon. The Lakes relocate to Georgia in an effort to escape the Feds and spread their ever-growing dominance within the Southern crime infrastructure. However, they are met with immediate and violent resistance from the South Carolina’s fear Sea Island thugs who jealously guard their fertile drug turf.
Travel down I-95 South into a ruthless environment, which, until recently, lay hidden beneath the long-held facade of Southern comfort. Experience the real Dirty South.
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