Domestic Situations

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Xlibris Corporation, Oct 8, 2010 - Fiction - 133 pages
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This is a novel of fi ction. It is not meant to depict, portray or represent any particular real person. All the characters, incidents, and dialogue are the product of the authors imagination and are not to be construed as real. Any references or similarities to actual events, entities, real people, living or passed, or to be real locales are intended to give the book a sense of reality. Any similarity in names, characters, entities, place and incidents is entirely coincidental. This is a novel for adults. It contains derogatory language and adult situations. Welcome to the world of uncut urban fi ction the way it really goes down in the hood.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1
7
Chapter 2
11
Chapter 3
14
Chapter 4
17
Chapter 5
25
Chapter 6
27
Chapter 7
30
Chapter 8
35
Chapter 17
74
Chapter 18
82
Chapter 19
86
Chapter 20
93
Chapter 21
99
Chapter 22
108
Chapter 23
112
Chapter 24
115

Chapter 9
38
Chapter 10
40
Chapter 11
46
Chapter 12
53
Chapter 13
58
Chapter 14
62
Chapter 15
66
Chapter 16
70
Chapter 25
120
Chapter 26
122
Chapter 27
123
Chapter 28
127
Chapter 29
129
Chapter 30
131
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About the author (2010)

Ingrid L. Mitchell was born in Brooklyn, New York, raised in the Bronx. She had a love for urban style novels dating back to the Donald Goinnes, Ice Burg Slim Era. It was these authors who she credits with the starting the urban fiction gifts of writing that inspired her and she brought urban fiction to the level we now see in present society. Born in 1957, she is the second to the oldest of nine children. Ingrid has traveled all over the world from Texas to Germany. Returning back to the United States to where she currently resides in Hinesville, Georgia. She is a mother of three girls and one boy. A hard workingwoman beginning at a very young age after her mother passed away of asthma. Ingrid has always retained a deep love for reading, as well as a heart desire for writing. Never being the one to be stagnated by her passion to express herself, she now expresses her outgoingness to the world. Haters gonna hate, and lovers gonna congratulate.

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