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Ms. Etta's Fast House based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Victor McGlothin has written a fascinating story that reads like a screen play adventure that will grab and hold your attention to the very end. This novel dramatically unfolds the life and times of a smooth operator by the pseudo-name Baltimore Floyd, who is clever to the bone. With his versatile show stopper personality, Baltimore is able to amass friends on both the straight-laced and shady side of the track. Those daring enough to ride with Baltimore, are sure to encounter some interesting times ahead that will guarantee them a storehouse of memories to rehash with friends and family alike. Also, because of the era in which the story is told, the reader gets a cultural education that engages the mind on many different levels. The character Baltimore is cataclysmic and he is a force of nature. Well done Victor.
I picked this book up and had to sit it down. I couldn't believe penny let that man die. I know he was mean and nasty but it was her father. I believe two wrong don't make a right. Her father did deverse to punish through. I really like this book, I just wish that Bailtomore didn't get caught up with the white girl. Strong characters and an excellent plot.