Tag: african-american

Metarules of the S.M.F.

Metarules of the S.M.F.

| October 26, 2017

Metarules of the S•M•F is a novel concerned with how culture is born at the level of the streets. It is the next, necessary development in intelligent literary fiction on an urban theme. Mala and Cloud are organizing a set of smart, strong, determined young black men to carve out a territory and protect their […]

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Corporate Thugs

Corporate Thugs

| March 24, 2015

What’s the first sign that lets you know you’re dealing with a sociopath? Corporate Thugs is riddled with clues. Set in the new reigning hub of African-American drama – suburban Atlanta – it’s the scandalous saga of the ambitious and untamed Gerald Alexander that chronicles his descent into the dismal world of irrationality. From high […]

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The Company You Keep (Kendra Clayton Mystery #1) (Kendra Clayton Series)

The Company You Keep (Kendra Clayton Mystery #1) (Kendra Clayton Series)

| November 13, 2013

Hard as she tried, twenty-eight-year-old Kendra Clayton never quite broke out of her hometown of Willow, Ohio. Now she works part-time as a GED instructor and beefs up her income by hostessing at her uncle’s restaurant, soaking up the local gossip. It’s a quiet life, but Kendra hasn’t given up hope that one day Mr. […]

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School of the Assassins

School of the Assassins

| July 31, 2013

A History of Violence meets The Ghost Writer in this award-winning thriller about a half-American, half-South African sunflower farmer who faces a gauntlet of obstacles while seeking justice for his displaced and murdered family. School of the Assassins melds the best elements of L.A. crime and detective fiction with the political intrigue of an international […]

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Louisiana Lament

Louisiana Lament

| May 7, 2013

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