Crime Don't Pay - Book I: Mississippi Madness

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AuthorHouse, Nov 9, 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction
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The setting for this book is on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Its characters are typical of many African Americans who reside in Moss Point, Pascagoula and surrounding areas of Mississippi.
Many authors have written about the beautiful coastal towns of Mississippi but none have captured the underworld of Black life with its roots so deeply entrenched in drugs, gambling and prostitution.
Bo-Gator, the "King of Mean," will take you to the very bowels of the southern gangster crime world. For anyone with the steel nerves to challenge him, he is always ready to deliver swift, unrelenting vengeance. He is ruthless, self-centered and more cold-blooded than his trained killer pit bulls.
The small town drug dealers hate and fear him. Tammy, his woman – despite his depraved sexual antics – loves him more than she loves herself, and will kill any man trying to harm him, and any woman trying to have him.
Warning! Do not read this book if you currently have difficulty sleeping. You are hereby warned that once you become entangled in Bo-Gator's web, you may never have a peaceful night's sleep be very afraid!

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