War & Retribution

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AuthorHouse, Jul 1, 2008 - Fiction - 180 pages
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It's been over a year since Okajima Seijiro put his plan to blackmail Reina, get his hands on Megumi, and gain possession of the Kitsuragi fortune with the help of Boss Chiba, into motion. Now the seeds of their misdeeds, both past and present, have born bitter fruit. A savage war is now raging in both the Japan's criminal and corporate worlds. Although Okajima had succeeded in acquiring Megumi in an arranged marriage to his son Goro, and then forcing her to become his mistress, his main objective has eluded him. The defiant Nobutada formally adopted Megumi's former fianc, Harada Kenta, blocking Okajima's son Goro from succession, and Okajima must now face the combined might of the vengeful Kitsuragi and Harada families. Also, Chiba has caused a bloodbath by arousing the wrath of Harada Reina's Uncle, James Edward Dellroy, one of America's wealthiest, and certainly most dangerous black entrepreneurs. Ezomo, Dellroy's alternate identity, is respected and even feared, throughout the African Diaspora...and now...Japan as well. The violence has now spread even as far as the Philippines, as Ezomo, and his Korean ally, Boss Park, have targeted the Yamakage's illicit Sex Trade and Maeda's gambling turf with a vengeance. Now, as the cost in money, reputations, and lives begin to mount, Okajima and Chiba, now look for a way out. Unfortunately, Kitsuragi and his allies want nothing less than vengeance for Reina's honor, (as in Chiba's head) Megumi's freedom, and the utter ruination of the Okajima family. The deadliest enemies of all being none other than the women for who's sake all this chaos began in the first place, Kitsuragi Nobutada's daughter Megumi, and her surrogate mother, Harada Akio's Afro-Asian wife, Reina. However, Chiba's former boss (and now reluctant ally) Boss Maeda, believes that the key to peace might just be Okajima's and Megumi's, infant son...dark little Noburo.
  

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Contents

CHAPTER THREE
16
CHAPTER FrVE
32
CHAPTER SEVEN
51
CHAPTER NINE
66
CHAPTER
79
CHAPTER ELEVEN
98
CHAPTER THIRTEEN
111
CHAPTER FIFTEEN
125
JAPAN
139
OTHER BOOKS BY DARRYL T MALLARD
161
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