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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 ...
 
Ayana Ellis
 

GIRLS FROM DA HOOD 5 by Edd McNair, Keisha Ervin, and Brenda Hampton

You’ve seen them in print before, and their books are hot, hot, hot! Now see what Edd McNair, Keisha Ervin, and Brenda Hampton can do when they join forces to bring three stories in the latest installment of Girls from da Hood....
 
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From Vixen 2 Diva by Marlon McCaulsky

Beata Douglas is a Harlem born girl pursuing her dreams to be rich and famous by any means necessary. With the voice of a diva and looks that can make a supermodel feel insecure Beata took the video model scene and Rap world by...

 
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RAPPERS ‘R IN DANGER by Relentless Aaron

Two young men lured by the promise of fame and limitless power learn the hard way that no empire lasts forever in the latest urban drama from Relentless Aaron. Hit records, loads of cash, gorgeous groupies – Ringo has it all. B...
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Lovers and Liars by Teri Denine

Multiplatinum R & B singer Journey has fulfilled her lifelong dream to become a singing sensation, but it isn’t long before she realizes that life in the limelight is not all it’s cracked up to be. She must endure the unrea...

 
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I AIN’T SAYIN’ SHE’S A GOLD DIGGER by Erica K. Barnes

Kentia can’t seem to meet her monetary needs. Since beauty and trickery are what she knows best, she uses them as her golden ticket. Kentia drains the money from the wallet of her current man, and when she’s done with him, she ...
 
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DIRTY SOUTH by Phillip Thomas Duck

College is a big adjustment—but not if you’re Kenya Posey. Even at a Southern school far from her Jersey turf, she’s the one the girls envy and the boys want. Kenya’s the star of a hot singing/dancing troupe, her high-school BF...
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SPIN IT LIKE THAT by Chandra Sparks Taylor

Sixteen-year-old Jasmine Richardson has a love for music. When She gets on the turntables, her gift for spinning and rhyming earn her admiration and respect. She’s also talented academically, but her parents disapprove of their...
 
Augustus Publishing
 

America’s Soul by Erick S. Gray

Soul has just finished his 18-month sentence for a parole violation. Still in love with his son’s mother, America, he wants nothing more than for them to become a family and move on from his past. But while Soul was in prison, ...
 
Atria Books
 

That White Girl by J-Love

What happens when a white girl flirts with the color lines and crosses the border into gang territory, where the bullets are in part real and the rules can’t be broken? J-Love tells this incredible story inspired by her own rem...