Book Reviews
 
 
 
Book Reviews
 

BLACK PEARL by Alvin Vincent Grimes

He stared at his hands, hands which had spilled so much blood and rubbed them together in a washing motion. Snake, intuitive as ever, placed a friendly hand on his shoulder and said, “The only thing that will make that damned s...
 
Book Reviews
 

My Brother’s Keeper by Courtney Gardner

Without a foe, a soldier never knows his strength, and the thought must be developed through the exercise of strength. Be faithful to the trust, and deceive not the man who relied upon you. It is less evil in the sight of God t...
 
Book Reviews
 

WIFEBEATER by Mister Mann Frisby

BLINKING RED LIGHT was the debut of an explosive natural-born talent who set it off on the first page and never let up. Now, Mister Mann Frisby drives the urban thriller in a graphic new direction as three players cross tracks ...

 
Book Reviews
 

Crazy Blue Eyes by S.W. Frank

Alfonzo Diaz navigated the rough streets of New York City by gaining a fearsome reputation as ‘Los Ojos Azules’, czar of a burgeoning drug cartel in Spanish Harlem. When his beloved Uncle is murdered, he meets the fearless and ...
Advertisement
 
Book Reviews
 

Shameless Hoodwives by Meesha Mink and De’nesha Diamond

In the second novel from the authors of Desperate Hoodwives, four women will try to escape Bentley Manor – a place no one has ever left unscathed… – Keisha married the high school basketball star, but now Smokey’s addicte...

 
Book Reviews
 

Hustlin’ Divas by De’nesha Diamond

From the award-winning, national bestselling author hailed as the ‘Duchess of Street Lit’ comes a steamy, sexy, gritty tale about Memphis’ ride-or-die chicks, who’ll do whatever it takes to get what they want. In South Memphis,...
 
Book Reviews
 

The Hood Life by Meesha Mink and De’nesha Diamond

A pimp, a killer, a playa, and a drug dealer struggle to get their game right in a sizzling novel where leaving the life and trying to go straight is a deadly option. Tavon, better known as “Sweet,” would pimp his own mother – ...
Advertisement

 
Book Reviews
 

Desperate Hoodwives by Meesha Mink and De’nesha Diamond

In the first book of a drama-drenched new series, four unforgettable women will do anything to escape the hood. From their front stoops at Bentley Manor, longtime residents Miz Osceola and Miz Cleo have seen just about everythi...
 
Book Reviews
 

Black Scarface by Jimmy DaSaint and Freeway Rick Ross

At just eight years old, Norman Face Smith Jr. knew exactly what he wanted to be once he grew up; a man of power, wealth and respect. Being raised by his beautiful, overprotective mother Pamela, Face had set his eyes on all the...
 
Book Reviews
 

Black Scarface II by Jimmy DaSaint and Freeway Rick Ross

The years have come and gone quickly, and Face and Reese are no longer the precocious, young street thugs who vandalized the streets of Philly. Older and polished, they are two young men focused on strictly winning in the drug ...