For What It's Worth

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AuthorHouse, Oct 21, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 132 pages
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“Spontaneous! Stimulating! This is one that will keep you in awe”

-Allan Williams,
author of the enlightening hit “Storetry”

 

 

Alex Green A.K.A. Hulk and his two childhood friends, BJ and Rick, A.K.A. Red grows up in the D.C. Metropolitan area to be successful in everything except finding fulfilling women to be in their lives. Each of them possessing unique characteristics to attract women – they soon learn that everything that glitter is not gold, after experiencing numerous sexual encounters with various types of women, which leads to drama, uncertainty, and perhaps death.

 

“An emotional roller coaster, For What it’s Worth is a straight forward and shocking novel that Allan Williams has managed to puzzle together in ways that are multidimensional.

 

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Contents

CHAPTER ONE
1
CHAPTER TWO
12
CHAPTER THREE
38
CHAPTER FOUR
75
CHAPTER FIVE
90
CHAPTER SIX
107
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
119
Back Cover
123
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About The Book

 

?Spontaneous! Stimulating! This is one that will keep you in awe?

-Allan Williams,
author of the enlightening hit ?Storetry?

 

 

Alex Green A.K.A. Hulk and his two childhood friends, BJ and Rick, A.K.A. Red grows up in the D.C. Metropolitan area to be successful in everything except finding fulfilling women to be in their lives. Each of them possessing unique characteristics to attract women ? they soon learn that everything that glitter is not gold, after experiencing numerous sexual encounters with various types of women, which leads to drama, uncertainty, and perhaps death.

 

?An emotional roller coaster, For What it?s Worth is a straight forward and shocking novel that Allan Williams has managed to puzzle together in ways that are multidimensional.

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