Mo' Dirty

Mo' Dirty

by Darrell King

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Peter Whiskey Battle is a 24-year-old enforcer for Peola, Georgia's Bad Boyz II Syndicate, a dangerous street gang controlling the lion's share of illicit narcotics coming into the bustling port of Savannah. After murdering two local snitches for David Ambrosia, the suave, smooth-talking leader of the syndicate and Whiskey's best friend, he is given an offer he can't refuse.

The underworld bosses and thugs of the low country have joined forces with a handful of rogue cops to bring an end to the term of meddlesome police chief Mickey O'Mally, whose war on crime has angered many of the shot callers and big ballers of the dirty-dirty. With the headache of the top cop gone, they can depend on the crooked officers to eliminate their connections.

Everything goes as planned, until Whiskey begins a torrid affair that ends in the death of his lover. Is he guilty of killing his famous lover, or is he simply a victim of circumstances, considering the powerful enemies she recently made? You be the judge!?

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ISBN-13: 9781601622914
Publisher: Kensington
Publication date: 12/01/2010
Pages: 304
Product dimensions: 4.10(w) x 6.70(h) x 0.80(d)

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Mo' Dirty 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
cherylbaryl More than 1 year ago
I was excited to see this book on the Pump Up Your Book tour. Actually my friend told me about it because she knows I love reading urban books. I was looking forward to reading this book and enjoyed it because I like reading the "street talk". It makes the story come to life. The author did an excellent job with the street talk, and it seems like a book with all of the street talk would be a little tough to write. The first thing that happens in this book is the main character Whiskey was paid to murder Pastor Leon McBride. His fiancee' was happy to hear when her cheating pastor husband was dead, especially since she is the one that paid to have him killed. Whiskey gets paid to murder people along with dealing drugs. He never feels bad for any of the murders he commits. I liked this book and was surprised at the ending. I would like to read the next book to see what happens!