Black Chameleon Memoirs
Most corporate executives follow a traditional path to success by graduating college and accepting an entry-level position in a major corporation, which may or may not lead them to prominence. This strategy may work for some, but not for Mico Brunson, who through fate and circumstances was born poor and Black in a society that wasn't created for him or by him. Black Chameleon Memoirs reveals the gripping saga of how one of the most successful Black businessmen in America rose to prominence using criminal activity and murder while overcoming adversity and an abusive childhood.
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