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Money and Murder

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Money is a young kingpin controlling the drug trade in New York City. He's rich, ruthless and a self-made millionaire. Murder is the best high school basketball player in the country destined for the NBA. However, he refused to stop balling in the deadly streets of Wilmington, DE. Money and Murder meet at a family reunion in NYC, before walking away from the streets for good; they form an allegiance and take the game to another level, one...last...time.
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Money is a young kingpin controlling the drug trade in New York City. He's rich, ruthless and a self-made millionaire. Murder is the best high school basketball player in the country destined for the NBA. However, he refused to stop balling in the deadly streets of Wilmington, DE. Money and Murder meet at a family reunion in NYC, before walking away from the streets for good; they form an allegiance and take the game to another level, one...last...time.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780979955686
  • Publisher: Street Knowledge Publishing
  • Publication date: 12/28/2009
  • Pages: 263
  • Product dimensions: 5.60 (w) x 8.56 (h) x 0.84 (d)

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  • Posted May 14, 2010

    Hard to Put Down

    The book is a good read from start to finish. The finish leaves you wanting for more and, seems like we may get it in the form of a sequel; just wouldn't be cool if there weren't one. The characters are well developed,although, a sequel could help to expand the depth of the main characters. The action, violence, & sex are well placed throughout the book and, not a lot of time is 'wasted' on one or the other. Money & Murder reads like a season of HBO's, "The Wire" and, you can easily assign a character like Avon to Money, Murder, or even Stacks. I understand more is coming from this fresh new writer and, frankly, I can't wait. I'm sure I'll read this book a few more times in anticipation for more. Nice work Fred Brown!!!

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