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Following the phenomenal success of Essence bestsellers Dirty Red and Still Dirty, Vickie M. Stringer takes readers on another bumpy ride in Dirtier Than Ever with Red, Bacon, and Q—the crazy love-hate triangle who makes the series a favorite among urban fiction fans.

Q wished that Bacon had killed Red when he had the chance. Red knew that Q’s career as a hustler was over and he was counting on starting a new legit business with the money he had made. He had once believed her ...

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Following the phenomenal success of Essence bestsellers Dirty Red and Still Dirty, Vickie M. Stringer takes readers on another bumpy ride in Dirtier Than Ever with Red, Bacon, and Q—the crazy love-hate triangle who makes the series a favorite among urban fiction fans.

Q wished that Bacon had killed Red when he had the chance. Red knew that Q’s career as a hustler was over and he was counting on starting a new legit business with the money he had made. He had once believed her when she promised that the money didn’t mean a thing and she would give it all up to be with him.

Bacon returns from prison and suddenly Q is left for dead. With Q out of the picture, Bacon now has Red to himself. His sights are set on being the top hustler with Red by his side. He believes Red has fi nally changed when she reveals the truth about her past.

But all comes to a head when the snooping detective, Thomas, suspects Red’s involvement in Q’s getting shot and the murder of Zeke, Q’s best friend. With two murders, a tumultuous love affair, and
money on her mind, Red must make a decision . . . does she turn over a new leaf or revisit her dirty ways of old?

Gritty, steamy, and intense, Stringer delivers another page-turning caper about a hustler in high heels who is Dirtier Than Ever.

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Urban street lit doesn't get any dirtier than Stringer's series (Dirty Red, Still Dirty) about Raven "Red" Gomez, a former prostitute and drug dealer who keeps making questionable choices. This third entry opens with a desperate Red shooting her mate, Quentin "Q" Carter, because her perverted ex-con lover, Bacon, wants her to-and she'll do anything to recover her stolen fortune. To reward Red, Bacon subjects her to torture and humiliation. Q hangs on to life, facing possible paralysis, while his mother and Chass Reed, his former girlfriend, stay by his side. Detroit Detective Thomas, who's bugging Q with his investigation of Zeke Morrison's death, now wonders who shot Q. Having reconnected with the trauma of her childhood abuse, Red systematically plots revenge, facing each obstacle and enemy with chilling chutzpah. Stringer's well-paced action and Red's relentless anger keeps the pages turning, but her revenge turns out almost as brutal and nasty as her tormenters' crimes. A cliffhanger ending indicates we haven't seen the last of raunchy Red.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781439166116
  • Publisher: Atria Books
  • Publication date: 2/16/2010
  • Pages: 287
  • Product dimensions: 6.46 (w) x 9.26 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

Vickie M. Stringer is the author of Essence bestsellers, including Imagine This, Let that Be the Reason, Dirty Red, Still Dirty, and Dirtier Than Ever. She is the publisher of Triple Crown publications, one of the most successful African American book publishers in the U.S. and abroad. She has been featured in such prominent news media as The New York Times, Newsweek, MTV News, Publishers Weekly, Vibe, Millionaire Blueprints, Writer's Newsweek, Black Expressions, and many more. She lives in Columbus, Ohio, with her two children.

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Dirtier Than Ever

A Novel
By Vickie M. Stringer


Copyright © 2010 Vickie M. Stringer
All right reserved.

ISBN: 9781439166116


Q drove away from the bank, not knowing what to do. He hated the ground Red walked on and wished that Bacon would have killed her when he had the chance. Red had played him the entire time. She had known that the check she presented to him was no good. It was $1.6 million worth of lies. She knew that he had stopped hustling, and she knew that he was counting on this money to tide them over and to get things going on the business tip. She had promised him that the money didn?t mean a thing, and that she would give it all up to be with him. And he had fallen for it hook, line and sinker. He had listened to her bullshit, but now he realized that her word was as worthless as the voided check he held in his hand. ?You scandalous, triflin? bitch,? Q bit out through his gritted teeth.

A single beep rang from his cell phone. Q looked at it; one missed call from Detective Thomas.

?What the fuck he want?? Q asked, irritated.

Thomas had been calling him for the past couple of days, but Q had never returned his calls. He was tired of Thomas?s badgering and accusations. He was tired of going over the same shit with him on different days. Q was tired of him, period.

Q drove to the closest liquor store. He needed something strong enough to wash out the disgusting taste Red left in his mouth. Afterward he hightailed it back to the loft. He wanted to be there when Red came home for the evening so he could kick her ass out of his house and his life, permanently.

Once inside the loft, Q plopped down on the couch. He was mentally exhausted. Shaking his head in disgust, he looked around at the d?cor and thought about Red. He began drinking at the mere thought of her.

An hour later, Q was feeling real good and on chill mode. Just as he laid his head back and the heaviness of his eyelids began to take over, he was startled by a loud noise.

?Wha ? whadefuckisdat?? he slurred heavily. His head drooped forward and he saw a now-empty bottle of Martel. ?Stoppit,? he slurred again, looking at the bottle until he realized it was the phone ringing. He reached over to the end table with a heavy hand to pick up the cordless phone.

?Yella,? he answered.

?Mr. Carter??

?Who wans ta know?? Q?s tongue felt four inches thick and his face felt numb.

?This is Detective Thomas. I need to see you about Ezekiel?s murder. I just got a hold of the toxicology report and there?s something I think you?d be interested in knowing.?

?Yeah ? yeah ?? Q sighed. The detective had been calling him nonstop, bugging him about Zeke?s death since it happened. The questioning soon turned into something Q wasn?t comfortable with. It was as if the detective were trying to accuse him of having something to do with Zeke?s death?or, at the very least, knowing who did.

?I also think you need to know we found a vid??

?You know what you need to know?? Q spoke boldly into the phone.

?What, Mr. Carter? Do you have something that can help with the case?? Detective Thomas said eagerly.

?You need to know that you are an annoying-ass nigga. You and all your wannabe cop cronies. You can kiss my ass and do your own fucking work.? Q pressed the ?off? button.

Bacon yanked Red?s head back until it couldn?t go any farther. He wanted to snap her neck so bad that his dick started to get hard. He had finally gotten his hands on her and it felt good. Knowing that money was a big motivator for Red, Bacon had browsed the local real estate listings under Gomez Realty, disguising his voice and then posing as a prospective client with an offer he knew she couldn?t refuse. After he mentioned that he had a sizable down payment for the property he liked, Red had suggested the property on Colonnade and made an appointment to meet him there. Just like he knew she would, Red took the bait?but he couldn?t believe that she actually had the nerve to come back to his crib, the crib she had previously tried to sell, the same crib she had been fucking other niggas up in, the very same crib she now was trying to sell him. Bacon glared over at the king-size bed and grew even angrier. He could imagine Red being in his master bedroom, in his bed, with other men, while he had been on lockdown struggling to survive. She was supposed to be wifey, supposed to have held him down, but she didn?t, and now she would answer for everything that she had done.

?Bacon, please,? Red cried quietly. A tear rolled down her cheek.

Bacon stared coldly at her, let out an evil cackle and stood. Smack! He backhanded her.

?Bacon!? Red cried out and clasped her cheek.

Smack! He backhanded her again.

Red shot him a poisoned look. Not only had he slapped her once but the bastard had hit her twice. She rose to her feet.

?Bitch, I ain?t say you can get up!? Bacon slapped her again, causing her to stumble. ?You move when I say you can move!?

She got back on the floor.

?You dirty bitch!? Bacon shouted and raised his hand to her again.

Red was cold with fear. She hadn?t seen this side of Bacon in quite a while.

?Now crawl!? he commanded.

With the back of her hand, Red wiped away the tears that were streaming down like a river. ?B-Bacon, you been watching too much TV.? She recalled how he liked this particular scene in the movie Sparkle, but she couldn?t play it out for him.

?That?s all I had time to do when I was locked down while you was spending all my shit! So bitch, I said crawl.? Bacon pointed his .357 Magnum at her. ?Or die.?

Red knew she should have taken his guns out of the safe when she first thought about it, but now it was too late.

With the gun still pointed at her, Bacon reached and pulled a blue bag off the bed and opened it. Red stayed in the position she was in. Bacon reached into the bag, grabbed a stack of money and threw it down near his feet. Red eyeballed the money. Bacon reached again and threw another stack down next to the first one. Red recognized the band colors that held the money, and calculated that he had just dropped 50 g?s right in front of her.

?You know you want this,? Bacon taunted her. ?Now you know what it?s like to be broke, huh? Crawl!?

Red began crawling.

Bacon reached into the bag and dropped more stacks of money on the floor.

Red crawled more. Your available balance is $1. Now you know what?s it?s like to be broke, huh? echoed repeatedly in her head. Everything she had been through was for nothing. She was back at square one, back to having nothing. Nada. She struggled her entire life to make a way for herself in a world that had been stacked against her, and now her entire life?s struggle had been reduced to nothing, she miserably thought. She was now once again in survival mode. She had to get through this. She had to get through this and rebuild. Red was determined not to be like her mother and have to depend on a drunken abuser when she was older. She would do whatever she had to do now to ensure that her life turned out differently.

Red crawled along and stopped when she reached his feet. Bacon reached in his back pocket and pulled out a piece of paper, then looked down at Red.

?What was that bullshit you said to me before?? he asked.

?What are you talking about?? Red looked up at him with questioning eyes. ?Can we talk about this? You acting weird, Bacon?you know this ain?t like you.?

Laughing at Red?s crazy remark, Bacon read aloud in a stentorian voice:

Dear Bacon,

Or, in your case, should I say Dear John? This is the letter you been begging for.

Well, let?s see. It would be virtually impossible for you to kick my ass, seeing as how you will be an old and gray bastard when you come home. You dick is so little that I can?t believe you ever wear a size 12 shoe. There goes that myth. When I first met you I sized you up real good and I knew the dick was going to be swinging. Boy, was I wrong. I guess that teaches me not to judge a book by its cover, or a dick by its shoe size.

I hope with all the free time on your hands you now realize that I never loved you. As quiet as it was kept, I didn?t even like you. Before you got locked up I couldn?t even stand the sight of your ugly face, and let?s not discuss the revolting sound of your voice.

?Bacon, I told you I??

He skipped down to the next paragraph and read, ??Your partner Stan?s cum tastes like ice cream in my mouth.?? He skipped down further. ??I got your loot, you took the case, now press that bunk and do that muthafuckin? time.??

Bacon?s hand began to crumple the paper as he read, ??My new man and I reap all the benefits ? get you a boyfriend, let him suck your dick and leave me the fuck alone.??

Bacon unfastened his pants and allowed them to fall to the floor. ?Stan?s cum tastes like ice cream, huh?? He grabbed a handful of Red?s hair and forced her head to his smelly crotch. ?Suck my dick, you dirty bitch.?

Red instinctively moved her face away and Bacon knew why. Prior to meeting her at the house, he?d made a run by Foxy?s, fucked her real good in her ass and didn?t wash his dick afterward. He figured that was something Red could do for him.

?Open up,? he sang as he waved his flaccid member in front of her. He caressed the side of her face with his .357 and kept the barrel of the gun right at her temple. ?Bitch, I said open up,? Bacon grunted through tightly closed teeth and Red knew he wasn?t playing with her.

What the fuck am I doing? Red asked herself when she opened her mouth to take him in.

?Bite me and I swear, you?re dead,? Bacon warned.

Reluctantly, Red began to suck his dick. The taste of it was wretched enough, but the smell almost made her gag. Got this nigga?s nasty-ass dick in my mouth. I gotta get outta here. This nigga gonna kill me. Lord, please help me.

?Suck it, bitch. Suck my muthafuckin? dick like you sucked Stan?s and all them other niggas you had strollin? up in my crib.? He angrily shoved his dick farther in her mouth when he emphasized my crib.

The more Red sucked the softer his dick seemed to become. Bacon began grinding his groin into her face until the feeling of relief took over his body as he let go of a warm liquid. ?Yeah, drink it up, ho,? he said as he peed in her mouth.

Red snatched her head back and shouted, ?You grimy bastard!?

Bacon hissed at the pleasure of relieving himself but quickly grabbed his dick and finished by aiming the flow of pee on Red?s face. Her body had been violated before, but she had never felt like this. She had been forced to suck a nasty, stinky-ass dick and drink urine. Red was even more convinced now that Bacon was crazy and was certain that he was was going to kill her.

? 2010 Vickie M. Stringer


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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 20, 2012

    Good book

    Its a good read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 8, 2012

    A good setup @ plot


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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 18, 2011


    A great read, it keep you guessing...waiting for "Low Down & Dirty".

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  • Posted October 24, 2011


    Great book ...read in a couple days. I read all three and this one just tops them all. a must read...page turner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 24, 2011

    Vickie did it again!!

    Amazing, captivating, suspenseful, Epic, these are the words that best describe Dirtier Than Ever. Allow me to be different, this novel is the s**t, point blank period! Vickie Stringer has done it again, and this time the twists and scenarios are even more thrilling. Raven Gomez is dirtier than ever, she utilizes her wits and skills to get revenge on those that tried to get the best of her. Red is a manipulating, smart and conniving beauty that is incomparable to any character in another book. She is the reigning queen of revenge. Vickie has created this novel that makes you feel apart of Red's world, you can feel her pain, her hunger to reach the top and also get inside her vindictive state of mind.

    Have you ever read a novel that gets boring by the third book? What makes this book AMAZING is that when reading this, that "first time" feeling overcomes you! I couldn't get the book out of my face; I finished the book within a day and a half, which is the reason why I say this book is CAPTIVATING!

    Do you always guess what's going to happen next when you're reading a book? I am a book psychic but I couldn't figure out what is going to happen next for the life of me! There are so many twists and turns but the pieces were put together so gracefully! SUSPENCEFUL is actually an understatement; the plots will leave you in awe.

    Vickie has masterminded a novel that is beyond EPIC. This novel is like no other. Vickie paints a vivid picture of Reds struggle and why she is the way she is. I have no doubt in my mind that book 4 is going to be as phenomenal as the first 3 books. Red has come along way losing and gaining what she's worked for, taken and put her life on the line for, and she won't stop until she has eliminated everyone her path that stops her from succeeding! Ms. Stringer has proven with this novel that she and Ms. Red are the reigning queens of doing the game DIRTY!!

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  • Posted July 9, 2011

    Does Not Disappoint

    And the saga continues! This series just keeps getting better. I read this book in one sitting because it just kept me on edge wondering what was to come next. If you have not read the first two novels of this series, you are truly missing out. Raven Gomez has definitely earned the honor and title of being called Dirty Red. When I first started reading Dirtier than Ever, I was thinking that someone is finally giving Red a dose of her own medicine, but just when I thought she may be defeated, it was obvious that what Bacon put her through only made her stronger, more dangerous and more manipulative. The woman is a beast to be reckoned with. You can't deny she is a very smart and devious woman from the way she lured Bacon and Detective Thomas into trusting her only to turn the tables and set them up. She has also succeeded with her determination to get revenge on Blue, Jerome, Kera and Terry. Unfortunately Mekel and the kids were innocent bystanders in her scheme. Then there is the love of her life Quentin. It is amazing how Red claims that she loves him so much but yet doesn't even think twice when trying to pin his best friend Zeke's murder on him. She even tried to sink her claws into Catfish by trying to use him to get that second book published, but will she succeed? Catfish has connections that reach outside the walls of prison, as she is very well aware of. But does she care and does that stop her? Red is definitely a woman that cares about no one but herself and does not care who she hurts in the process of getting what she wants. If you haven't read the first two of this series, I recommend you read them before getting into this so that you know how Red got her distinctive name. If you have read the first two, get ready for another exhilarating journey. She surely does not disappoint. The ending is explosive and I can't wait for the next one in this series.

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  • Posted July 6, 2011

    Red is Definitely the Dirtiest

    I absolutely loved this book, it definitely kept me wanting more.
    The beautiful Raven Gomez, a.k.a Red, is back with a vengeance in the third part of the Dirty series, Dirtier Than Ever, by Vickie Stringer. You thought Red was dirty before, well you haven't seen nothing yet. In this book you find out Red is definitely out for a vengeance but will Karma catch up to her?
    In the beginning of this novel Red comes face to face with Bacon, once again. Bacon is back and he wants Red to feel the way he felt when he was locked up. He even forces her to shoot the love of her life, Q, who is left for dead. But has Bacon forgot how conniving, psychotic, and ruthless Red is once you cross her.
    Just when everyone thinks Red is two steps behind, she surprises them by being two steps ahead. Red plots to take down everyone that has crossed her and she'll use just about anyone in order to payback the ones who crossed her.
    In this book you definitely realize how dirty, Red really is.
    Dirtier Than Ever will leave you with a cliffhanger that will make you want to pre-order the next installment. This book is very fast paced with all the twist and turns. I highly recommend this novel to anyone who loves reading about psychotic, emotionless, and conniving women. Red is definitely all of the above and some, I cannot wait until the next installment.
    The one thing that I do have to say about Dirtier Than Ever, was there were a few typos that needed to be corrected. Some of the words were misspelled and a few of the names were switched up a couple times. Other than the typos, the book was excellent and it's definitely worth buying.
    Readers go out and buy Dirtier Than Ever, it's a real page turner. You will not forget who Dirty Red is, because she is definitely a memorable character. I promise you'll love this novel and you'll definitely want Red to finally get what's coming to her!!! Fantastic read!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 9, 2011

    Highly Recommended- you must check this one out!!!

    Great read from start to finish.

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  • Posted June 1, 2011

    love dirty RED

    i loved this book!!! cant believed how it ended though... is there a fourth???

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  • Posted May 29, 2011

    IT WAS GREAT!!!!

    I can't wait to see how she gets out of this one. Keep the good work coming.

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  • Posted December 26, 2010

    loved it!

    wonder if there will be a part 4

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  • Posted December 4, 2010

    more from this reviewer

    I Also Recommend:

    NOT SO DIRTY!!!!!


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  • Posted October 21, 2010

    more from this reviewer

    Excellent part three, I would recommend this to anyone.....

    I really enjoyed this book as well. It was a nice part three and I can honestly say that I was not disappointed. I think any and all would enjoy reading this book, from the seasoned veteran to the novice. Well done VS, well done.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 20, 2010

    Getting old....

    Enough already! End this story! No one gets away with that much dirt. Starting to become so unbelieveable I can't hardly make to the end of the book. Do us all a favor and start another series, but end this one!

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  • Posted August 16, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    I loved these books

    i loved dirty red i just wish she would have gave a little more when it came to the last book. And i also didnt like that the book started off with the last three chapters of still dirty. i want something fresh and brand new everytime i spend my money on a book. but i fell in love with Q and Red i just needed a little bit more. over all it was a great book

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  • Posted July 23, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    Same old story plot "Over" and "Over" dealing with "Red and her men!!!!

    I read the first two books and they were very good! I could not wait for her next book. I were very disappointed with it. Why? How many times will Red keep men falling for her mess! I know some men will do anything to please a woman, but please this woman can't be this pretty or clever! I hope the next book will bring a closure to this story. If not I will pick up a copy from the public library! Please for once bring this stroy to a end!

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  • Posted July 18, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    Vicki Stringer has done yet it again.......

    I really enjoyed Dirtier Than Ever a lot!!!! One must start with Dirty Red, Stil Dirty and then onto this one, Dirtier Than Ever to follow along with her characters.

    Vicki Stringer never ceases to amaze me with her writing skills! I am a TRUE fan for life!!!!

    Always know that being "DIRTY" won't get you but so far in whatever you do in life, it will catch up to at some point or another!!!

    She will keep you hanging on by a thread in this book and when I thought she really couldn't get anymore "DIRTIER", she had me shaking my head......waiting for the fourth now......hopefully soon!!!

    If you have never read anything by her before....please try Let That Be The Reason (1st) and Imagine This (2nd) will turn you into an INSTANT FAN!! Enjoy!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 22, 2010

    keeps you on your toes

    one of the best series that I have ever read..finished in one day..waiting impatiently on the forth book because it has to be a forth....

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