Solomon Woods is a handsome and intelligent, single parent, living in the suburbs of Detroit, working as an automotive design engineer. He appears to have all matters of his live in order, but a closer look into the more intimate details of his live reveals his deepest secrets. The lure of drugs, money, and enigmatic women, versus his desire to maintain a relationship with God, and hide his secrets from his teenaged son Isaiah; keeps him shackled in a state of spiritual and emotional unrest. A Father and Engineer by day. Drug dealer by night? Brotherwood will thrust you into an emotional journey inspired by the real life events of author Gregory B. Williams, who in March of 2000 found himself centered in the crossfire of the War on Drugs. He shares how he was sucked into a downward spiral of drug deals, deceit, lust, and eventually introduced to what he describes as Cincinnati's Elite Corrupt Police Division.
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This was one of the best books that I've read in a very long time. It was like watching a movie where I personally know all the characters. Mr. Williams writes in a way that transfers emotions from the paper to the readers¿ heart, in a way that pulls you into the pages and holds you there until completion. Thought it has a few words that are not favorable for most Christian literature, there is no doubt that Brotherwood is a story that should be shared with Christian and non-believers across the board. I couldn't recommend Brotherwood strong enough for people of all ages, religions and ethnicities. Solomon Woods is a lovable character that has so much to loose by some of his risky behaviors. On the other had he is a remarkable single father, and a successful business owner. I love this story, and so will you.