Posts Tagged ‘Los Angeles’
 
 
 
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GANGSTA: AN URBAN TRAGEDY by K’wan

For years Lou-Loc, an efficient assassin, and O.G., of the Crip Organization, did dirt. After dancing on the razor’s edge, he becomes weary of the street life that has consumed him during his years of service to his set. He beg...
 
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THE BITCH IS BACK (Part 3) by Deja King

In The Bitch is Back, Precious is relishing in every hood queen’s dream life. She has her king, Supreme, and her princess, their daughter Aaliyah. With an estate in Beverly Hills, a fleet of luxurious cars and endless cash flow...
 
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MY LIFE IS ALL I HAVE by Anthony V. Rivers

Packed with suspense and vivid descriptions of some of Los Angeles’ toughest streets, My Life is All I Have tells the gripping story of a young girl who will do anything to leave her troubled past behind her. Leesha Tyler is ab...

 
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A GIRLS’S GOTTA EAT by Michelle Valentine

A slick-talking, cunning sex siren, Remmi comes from humble beginnings and a tragic past, but is determined to make it in the male-dominated, dog-eat-dog world of Hollywood – using any- and everyone to make her dreams a reality...
 
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THE LAST CHANCE by Darrien Lee

Running their Los Angeles casino has been rewarding for Luke Chance and his three brothers, Malachi, Roman, and Genesis. But recently it seems like everyone is trying to get a piece of the pie. Word on the streets alert the Cha...

 
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SKIN GAME by Lawrence C. Ross

Meet Keisha Montez: a gorgeous college student on the brink of stardom. All she has to do is put her assets to work… Keisha Montez is drop-dead beautiful with a knockout body that doesn’t quit. She’s also one very smart, tough ...
 
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BLACK GIRL LOST by Donald Goines

In this shocking novel of a young girl alone on the streets, Goines delves into yet another facet of the ghetto experience – the dark, despair-ridden world of a black girl’s soul! Sandra took to the streets when she was eight y...
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KENYATTA’S LAST HIT by Donald Goines

Kenyatta, the living black legend, concentrates his army’s ruthless forces to rid the black community of rampant drug traffic. With the help of Elliot Stone, a black football star and latest recruit to the army, Kenyatta discov...
 
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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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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...