Running and hiding is looked upon as a way out for the weak. It is something Omar never thought he would do. As a child, he didn't even partake in the game of Hide and Seek for that very reason. Unfortunately, after being sentenced to death by his cousin, Demarcus, Omar is left with no choice.
Moving to Detroit isn't as bad as he thought it would be. It doesn't take long for him to reign supreme. However, the change of location doesn't change the conniving and cold-hearted monster that he is inside. It doesn't take the locals long to see the monster either. When his lies catch up to him and back him in a corner, he opts to take the easy way out and leave.
With Omar deciding to move back to Memphis after being off the radar for three years, he is now willing to play the game. He wants it to end with his cousin's murder, while he reclaims the throne he was kicked down from. But how many people will he be willing to kill to get back what he feels is rightfully his?
Demarcus's life takes a turn for the good. He has a relationship with his father, runs a large Dog Food distribution ring, and has a few legit businesses that are flourishing on the side. The sheltered mama's boy has turned into a man. Suddenly, the bodies start piling up, and he goes from being the most loved man in the city of Memphis to being the number one murder suspect in every case that crosses the homicide unit desk. His past is back to haunt him with a vengeance. What happens when the true murderer is someone he already knows to be dead?
About the Author
Raynesha Pittman was certified as a gifted student in third grade, but she grew up as one of Los Angeles’s many troubled youth, which led to four years in L.A. juvenile corrections centers, placements, and camps. She first recognized her love for writing while incarcerated. After the birth of her first child, she moved to Tennessee for a new start and received her certification as a pharmacy technician. Her titles include Dog Food, Dog Food 2, and Kismet.