Baltimore Chronicles:, Volume 1

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Urban Books, Jan 1, 2012 - Fiction - 192 pages
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From the same author that brought you the Flint series comes a new town . . . a new drama. Treasure Hernandez is back with her second street series, chronicling both sides of Baltimore's black market. Derek Fuller is the head detective of a Baltimore narcotics unit. His team has been assigned to take down the biggest drug operation in the city. There's only one problem: the head of the operation is his brother, Scar Johnson. Separated in Baltimore's foster care system, they came from two different walks of life, but both met at the top on opposite sides of the law. With the Assistant District Attorney in their back pocket, this was a marriage made in heaven—until the drama and deceit enters. Delve into this treacherous story of love, deceit, lies, and murder. Revenge is a dish best served cold, and once one brother feels betrayed, the only retribution is death.

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Title Page Chapter 1 The Take Down
Tables Turned
Things Are Not Always What They Seem
The Past Dictates the Future
ATangled Web We Weave Chapter 6 Revenge Is a Dish Best Served Cold
Nothing Is Fair in Love and
Man Down
Payback is a Big Bitch Chapter 10 Business Meeting
Coming to a Head
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Treasure Hernandez served eight years in a federal penitentiary. She has paid her debts to society, and now lives in Atlanta, GA with her daughter. She is presently working on future projects for Urban Books, including co-writing a book with New York Times bestselling author Carl Weber.

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