Dutch III: International Gangster

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Grand Central Publishing, May 25, 2011 - Fiction - 240 pages
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It's one month before Dutch's trial for what the media has deemed "the Month of Murder," Roc and Angel are locked up, and Craze is now the commander in charge. After coming into contact with Joseph Odouwo, Kazami's very rich and powerful relative, Craze is immediately on alert. However, Odouwo has other plans that may put all of their lives at risk. Craze can't resist a stake in Odouwo's very successful billion-dollar diamond trade, and reluctantly takes Odouwo up on his offer, hoping that he didn't make a decision he will soon regret.
 

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Dutch III: International Gangster

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Following Dutch II: Angel's Revenge (reviewed here), Woods winds up her successful trilogy. Dutch is on trial for Newark's Month of Murder, but with the help of Craze (who's his half-brother), he ... Read full review

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The reason why so many people r so disappointed in Dutch III is because i don't think she wrote all the other books. I have read all of her Dutch books and it just seem as if there are two different writers.Maybe the real writer didn't want to play anymore.IJS

Contents

PROLOGUE
ROCK N ROLL BABY
FRANKIE B FRANK
STRICTLY BUSINESS
TAKE THAT HOLD THAT
DEAD AT THE DOOR
FLY ME TO THE MOON
DEAD OR ALIVE
ROLL OUT
MIA
NINA TIME
UP AND AWAY
DUTCH MASTER
ROC WIT ME
LIVE WIRE
THE GREAT ESCAPE

CANT STOP WONT STOP
GROOVE LINE
KISS OF DEATH
GREENEYED BANDIT
FED UP
FLIP SIDE
SERVIN AND BIDDIN
FREE AT LAST
HOME SWEET HOME PART ONE
HOME SWEET HOME PART TWO
TIME OUT
SHOT CALLERS BIG BALLERS
THE FINAL FINALE
READING GROUP GUIDE
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
Dont miss the pageturning second installment in Teri Woodss new series
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TRUE TO THE GAME III
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Teri Woods, a former legal secretary, lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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