Dutch II Angel's Revenge

Dutch II Angel's Revenge

by Teri Woods, Kwame Teague



Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780967224961
Publisher: Woods, Teri Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 03/07/2005
Series: Dutch Series , #2
Pages: 300
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.67(d)

About the Author

Teri Woods was born in Delare and later moved to Philadelphia, PA where she worked as a legal secretary/paralegal for eight years in a Philadelphia law firm. She began writing True to the Game in 1993 and began to submit her work to publishers. After being turned down, the book sat dormant in a closet for two years. In 1998, she began selling handmade copies of the book out of the trunk of her car. With the success of the handmade books, she started her own publishing and production company, Meow Meow Productions.

Teri Woods lives in New Jersey with her three children. She is hard at work on her next novel.

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Dutch II: Angel's Revenge

By Woods, Teri

Grand Central Publishing

Copyright © 2010 Woods, Teri
All right reserved.

ISBN: 9780446551557


Get these people out of here!” Detective Smalls bellowed.

The Essex County Courthouse had become a madhouse. Screams of confusion and cries of pain filled the air and seared the ears of the seasoned detective. In all of his thirteen years on the force, he had never seen anything like this. It was like a terrorist had dropped a bomb on the courthouse and transformed it into a war zone. Paramedics, uniformed police officers, and Newark’s Special Unit, along with the Newark Fire Department, all struggled to maintain order in the aftermath of the massacre.

“Move aside, please. Move aside!” Smalls commanded as he directed the curious who had filed into the bullet-ridden courtroom door.

“Officer! Officer! My son was in there, please…”

“Please don’t let my wife be dead! Someone help me!”

The faces and voices reminded Smalls of a recurring nightmare, one he could not wake up from. He had been one of the first on the scene and had seen the human remains strewn like discarded waste. As he entered the smoke-filled courtroom, the smell of death hit him in the face. It now lingered in his nostrils as he looked around in disbelief. The tragedy was an unbelievable sight.

Frank Sorbonno’s body lay grotesquely twisted against the rear wall. District Attorney Anthony Jacobs’s body had been blown to pieces, his headless remains sprawled on the prosecution’s table. The judge was slumped over his gavel, and nine of the twelve jury members leaned every which way on top of each other.

Innocent bystanders and the disguised Charlies lay strewn on the floor. Their blood was splattered all over the courtroom and even on the American flag that hung limp in the corner. That sight in particular caught Smalls’s eye and etched itself in his memory.

Smalls sat down in the back row of the courtroom and ran his hand through his salt-and-pepper hair. How could this have happened? he asked himself as he continued to inspect the room. Dutch had single-handedly taken the American justice system and slapped it with his bloody hand. If gunshots had been applause, the courtroom would have received a deadly standing ovation with Dutch as orchestrator.

Smalls silently watched as ambulance workers rolled corpse after corpse onto soiled gurneys and out the courtroom doors. All he could think of was Dutch. He prayed he would be found among the dead. He’d give his right arm to have Dutch in front of him, bleeding, dying, and begging to atone for the atrocity he had inflicted on the flesh of the American justice system. But Dutch was nowhere to be found. The police had sealed off the building and a ten-block radius around it. The Feds had stopped airline flights and bus and train departures. But all to no avail. Dutch had managed to slip through the tight noose they had meticulously prepared for him and escaped unscathed. He mocked them all.

But more than how he did it, everyone wanted to know where he had gone.

The question was very simple.

Where was Dutch?



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Araya05 on LibraryThing 5 months ago
Not usually into ganstar drug books, but I love this series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was really pleased at the second edition to the book Dutch. The characters were not altered from the way the were in the first book. The plot was way better then I thought it could be. I can't wait for Dutch III to be released.
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harpersad27 More than 1 year ago
this was a great book. the only thing i want to say is when does the final book come out, cause i just can't wait to read it. thank you for being such a great writter and i look to be reading more of your work.
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The streets of Newark is mourning the death of Dutch. A few are stepping up to the plate to take over what was left behind. Angel and Roc two of Dutch's lieutenants were caught and sent to prison, after a three year bid they both were released on a technicality. Both are back in the streets, Angel along with her lover Goldilocks are trying to uphold the legacy of Dutch, but there is more to Goldilocks than she is letting on. Roc is on the other hand, has become a changed man and is a follower of Allah. Going by the name Rahman, he is trying to clean up the streets to make them safer for the Newark community. Both Angel and Rahman are not down for the same cause anymore and are very determined to stand up for what they believe in. Eventually they will face off, will the Dutch camp be destroyed forever? Who will be the last man or woman standing? Nina has gone on with her life after the death of Dutch. She dives into her career to fill the void that Dutch has left on her heart. She has met a new beau name Dwight, who is a blue collar worker and worships the ground she walks on. She likes Dwight a lot but still has the feelings of what could've, should've, would've if she'd giving Dutch a chance. All of a sudden mysterious things starts to happen, making her go through a thang and even asking her self and even Dutch mother Delores Murphy is he DEAD or ALIVE? Kwame Teague did it again with the pen. Very good writer indeed. The only thing I had a problem with is the clarity of the Muslim words and Spanish words that was used throughout the book. I did learn a little bit about the Muslim religion, which is a good thing. Keep blessing your fans with these dynamite books. Can't wait to read part III. Tangerine, 'Reader's Paradise Book Club'
Guest More than 1 year ago
Make sure you read the 1st of the Triology!!! Teri Woods is an outstanding author and all her books will keep you wanting more and more. A MUST READ
Guest More than 1 year ago
These books have had me on the edge of my seat from the beginning to the end. I can not wait to read the last one Dutch 3. Excellent books, simply excellent!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I could not put theses books down... Dutch III was a great ending to the story... Can't wait for True to the Game III in July 08
Guest More than 1 year ago
I thought the book was fantastic, especially the ending. I never saw it coming. I can't wait to read True to the Game III. I read the book in two days. I couldn't put it down.
Guest More than 1 year ago
i read dutch 3 its the bomb!!!!!! teri woods u out did urself whooo hooo!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Kwame I loved Dutch I but Dutch II is even better. I know Angel is gonna get Goldi for what she is doing. I can't wait for Dutch III to come out. Kwame hurry up and put it out!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I buy all of her books, and love every single one of them. Please it been 2 yrs i've been waiting. Also Triangle of Sin and Reign family part 3.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Please bring Dutch Trilogy out so I can know what happen to them. Please hurry and bring out the book it has been to long for you to be holding out on us. PLEASE BRING IT OUT
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have waited for a couple of years and i want the 3rd book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book was absolutely OFF THE HOOK! I thought Dutch I was good but, Dutch II is the bomb!!!! I just read both books this week. I just don't know how readers that read the books in 2005 are getting through the WAITING process of Dutch III! Terri you have got to put the pen to the paper and finish this book. I am a true fan and loved Dutch I and II! I can only imagine what Dutch III will be like. I know you will bring it! Go 'head and do yo thang girl!
Guest More than 1 year ago
i could not put the book down dutch I and dutch II are the best books i read. I can read this over and over again. Teri Woods did her thing when she wrote them.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Teri Woods had really done it again with Dutch 2, I bought the book in the afternoon by time night time came I was finish already. But i just had to read it again to completely swallow it. Its really surprises me and now I CANT WAIT FOR PART 3.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am currently in kuwait so I do alot of reading. Some books I will finish in about 3 maybe 4 days. I have read Dutch 1 and 2 in 1day. I could not put the books down. Dutch 1 pulled you into the street game and Dutch 2 left you wanting #3. These are must read books if you like page turning non-stop action
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved this book so much,i just couldn't out it down.I loved the twist and turns it takes you though.It's almost as if your a part of the book that's how into it you'll be.but first read Dutch one.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm not a big reader but once one of my girlfriends put me on to this book I couldn't put it down dutch1 and dutch2 were sooooo good I read both in like one week I just couldn't put it down I have been waiting for dutch3 for a year and a half I can't wait till it comes out but I know when it does it will be worth the wait