Posts Tagged ‘Gangs’
 
 
 
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Snitch By Allison van Diepen

Julia swore she’d never join a gang—but for Eric, she’ll risk everything. Now in trade paperback with a new cover, a gritty novel from the author of Street Pharm. Lines are clearly marked at South Bay High School. It’s mixed te...
 
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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...
 
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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 – ...

 
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Playground by Samuel Bonner

Jonah had been looking forward to going back to London since the moment he was forced to leave. After being away for so long, Jonah wasn’t expecting the sinister and brutal changes in his friends personalities and behavior. It ...
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THE STREET LIFE SERIES: IS IT SUICIDE OR MURDER? by Kevin M. Weeks

Jet through the streets of Philly with Teco Jackson. The women are not only captivated by his great looks, but also by his smooth touch. Teco, a.k.a. Homicide, makes a ton of money for the Strictly Business (SB) Crew. When the ...

 
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SNOW by Kenji Jasper

HE KILLED FOR HATE. Life on the darker streets of D.C. can turn a clean kid grimy. Snow was one of those good kids – until a gang killed his next door neighbor and he decided to settle the score. But doing what he thought was r...
 
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BODYSLICK by John H. Sibley

In a world where genetic engineering and organ transplants are booming businesses on the black market, Malcolm Steel, Jr. is king. His turf is Chicago, a city torn apart by the haves and the have-nots alike, and Malcolm – known...

 
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RIDING RHYTHM by Jihad

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, ...
 
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OUTLAW by Roy Glenn

Roy Glenn, the master of urban suspense, returns with possibly his best novel to date Outlaw, a tale of money, power and betrayal. After settling some unfinished business, Mike Black finally returns to New York to retire and en...
 
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MO DIRTY STILL STUNTIN’ by Darrell King

Whiskey Battle is a 24-year-old enforcer for Peola, Georgia’s Bad BoyzII Syndicate, a dangerous street gang controlling the lion’s share of illicit narcotics coming into the bustling port of Savannah. As a hustler, he does what...