Dead by Popular Demand: A Harlem Noir Featuring Devil Barnett

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Justin, Charles & Co., Jan 1, 2005 - Fiction - 223 pages
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"Devil Barnett, ex-CIA wet-ops agent turned Harlem tavern owner, is a modern day ronin, a highly skilled, highly trained street samurai who no longer fights for "the company," but picks his own battles. A London rap group hs been flown into New York by their record label, Grooveline Records, and are poised to take America by storm, when two of their members turn up dead on the same night." -- Cover.
  

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After two members of a black, London-based hip-hop group die in Harlem (one by decapitation, one by drug overdose), ex-CIA agent and bar owner Devil Barnett's services are in demand. The uncle of the ... Read full review

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