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Triple Crown Publications, 2004 - Fiction - 291 pages
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In the hood, a snitch is the worst thing a person could possibly be. Rolling over on your best friend who has been with you through thick and thin, hungry and full, freedom and state bids - that's ''the cruelest lie told in silence.'' In this tale that plucks the innermost chords of emotion, jealousy turns to envy then to backstabbing as we observe two friends that have struggled together, hustled together and endured separate prison terms. While Jevon experiences the fruits of the hustle during his partner's first stint, Bilal humbly does his time like a true soldier after taking a manslaughter charge for his ''brother.'' Will their friendship survive the broken bond of brotherhood, or will dishonor come before death?

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I have this book at home. Its a major twist two best friends betrayed one another and not to mention they been homies since they were lil boys guess u cant stay true to a friend forever right>?..ur gonna love this book One of these gets slanged while in jail and the other one just has his hands full as he later finds true love by the end...

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this is one of the best books i have ever read keeps you on your toes and guessing untill the very end. Read full review

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