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The story of a young man coming of age in the 70s and 80s in the Bronx, New York, tormented because his outlook, politics, and skin color were not 'black' enough. With the Webster Avenue Butler-Webster houses as a backdrop, he stumbles through social dynamics, early relationships, teenaged relationships, violence, searching for others like himself.
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About the Author
Conrad Queen is a Soldier in the United States Army, a husband, father, Conservative political observer, and a connoisseur of jazz, funk, wine, spirits, and premium tobacco