Fresh off his Essense bestselling novel Babygirl, Jihad, the self-proclaimed King of Street Fiction, returns with Riding Rhythm, the story of a woman ready to die for the love of a man she has never laid eyes on.

Rhythm Azure, a young freedom-fighting law student at Howard University, takes interest in the case of Moses King, the founder of a notorious Chicago street gang. Moses was sentenced to life without parole for a crime he didn’t commit. As Rhythm grows closer to Moses, she uncovers a conspiracy involving government officials that threatens to tear the city apart. The closer she gets to the truth, the closer she comes to not only her demise, but the demise of everyone around her. Now Rhythm’s only hope is to unite the two largest rival street gangs of Chicago, along with the Church, to topple the biggest conspiracy and cover-up the nation has ever known.

Riding Rhythm is filled with intrigue and surprises that will leave you breathless at every turn.

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