Posts Tagged ‘Holloway House’
 
 
 
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INNER CITY HOODLUM by Donald Goines

Johnny Washington, a black teenager in Los Angeles, knows the freight yards like the back of his hand. He and his pals, Josh and Buddy, hit them often, stealing for a fence. They have to. They’re the sole support of their famil...
 
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LETTERS FROM A LITTLE GIRL ADDICT by Rae Shawn Stewart

Letters from a Little Girl Addict is Rae’s own story of a childhood without love or guidance, and a junkie father who led her to drugs, the streets, and jail at the age of twelve. She tells her story in the form of letters to a...
 
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LOST ANGELES by Odie Hawkins

In the post-Watts Rebellion 1970s, Chester L. Simmons takes up the study of Korean martial arts – hapkido and tae kwan do – and finds it easier to understand than the Korean-American shopkeepers catering to African Americans in...

 
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MIDNIGHT by Odie Hawkins

Midnight is one of Odie Hawkins’ finest and most sensitive works, a view inside the soul of a black man of the LA streets, a former gang leader, influenced by a man he meets in prison to search for his true identity outside the...
 
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Kensington Acquires Holloway House Backlist

Kensington Publishing has acquired most of the publishing assets of Holloway House Publishing in Los Angeles, the original publisher of such classic black crime writers as Donald Goines, adding an historic trove of gritty Afric...

 
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DRUG RELATED by Roy Glenn

Roy Glenn, the master of urban suspense, has returned with his new, blazing hot street thriller, Drug Related. When Mrs. Gabrielle Childers’ brother goes missing, the first person she suspects is her husband, Chilly, a major pl...