Overview

A notorious self-made millionaire who made his fortune in the sex trade breaks out of a prison to get revenge against his one-time top girl, Sienna, who set him up and brought his empire down. Known for his ruthlessness, Chatman, is hardly ever crossed by anyone but when and if he is crossed his wrath will be felt. In The Return of Chatman, Chatman is on a murder rampage as he tracks down his nemesis Sienna, killing any and everybody who stands...
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The Return Of Chatman

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Overview

A notorious self-made millionaire who made his fortune in the sex trade breaks out of a prison to get revenge against his one-time top girl, Sienna, who set him up and brought his empire down. Known for his ruthlessness, Chatman, is hardly ever crossed by anyone but when and if he is crossed his wrath will be felt. In The Return of Chatman, Chatman is on a murder rampage as he tracks down his nemesis Sienna, killing any and everybody who stands between him and her.

The Return of Chatman is a Bonus prequel to Miasha’s long-awaited novel, ‘Til Death (Secret Society 3). Delivering the page-turning scenarios Miasha is known for, it will give fans more than they expect and have them ready for ‘Til Death.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013942639
  • Publisher: Fifth Avenue Inc
  • Publication date: 1/15/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 487,963
  • File size: 279 KB

Meet the Author

Miasha arrived on the literary scene in 2006 with her debut novel, Secret Society to raving reviews and an array of national press including BET, CBS, CN8 and The Wendy Williams Experience. Coined "A Writer to Watch" by Publisher's Weekly, Miasha became just that. Featured in national magazines like Essence, Vibe, Philadelphia Magazine, Jet and later in Elle (the first urban literature author to grace the pages), Miasha has been very visible. Her presence was felt even stronger just four months later when she released her top selling sophomore novel, Diary of a Mistress. Known for having extravagant release parties, the Diary of a Mistress launch included a fashion show and a comedy show featuring Kevin Hart. It is no wonder fans of Miasha's have come to expect a high level of excitement and intrigue from the writer superstar.

In 2007, Miasha released her third title, Mommy's Angel, a heartfelt drama close to home. Having grown up with both parents addicted to drugs, she wrote Mommy's Angel at the early age of fourteen when she was able to channel the emotions the main character was going through in the book. This authenticity landed the book on the best sellers list and Miasha on the cover of Black Expressions. Less than a year later, Miasha celebrated the release of Sistah for Sale, a cinematic read about a girl growing up in Miami's sex trade. Averaging two books a year, Miasha was making history in the literary industry--much the way she did when she first entered it.

Unlike many first time authors, particularly in the urban arena, Miasha did not have to self-publish before getting a deal. Instead, she garnered interest from several major publishing houses causing a bidding war to ensue. Publishing powerhouse Simon and Schuster was the highest bidder, granting Miasha a six-figure deal. Since then Miasha has been a trailblazer, putting out back-to-back best sellers, including a sequel to her first and most provocative novel, Secret Society titled Never Enough. Following Never Enough was Chaser, a story about a dangerous love triangle within the underworld of wreck chasing, and her most anticipated novel, 'Til Death, the third installment to the Secret Society trilogy.

In addition to releasing seven titles under Simon and Schuster, Miasha contributed to Diamond Playgirls, an anthology published by Kensington Books. She also went on to release an eBook independently, titled The Return of Chatman;
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