Girls from the Hood Two

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Kensington Books, 2008 - Fiction - 319 pages
5 Reviews
A harsh account of life in the projects brings the reader into the lives of three young women, who all, by different unfortunate means, are connected to each other by one man. Reprint.
 

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um this book is kinda gud

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the wanna be story by joy was the best story. i loved it. it was a sad story; they both really seemed like good people they were just in wrong situations. nikko sound like he lookd good. lol harmonyyy! i wish it was a book with them two
i loved it
-Lana Neverson

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Contents

I
7
II
19
III
25
IV
38
V
52
VI
62
VII
73
VIII
89
XVII
135
XVIII
168
XIX
178
XX
200
XXI
216
XXII
230
XXIII
239
XXIV
241

IX
103
X
106
XI
109
XII
113
XIII
118
XIV
124
XV
131
XVI
133
XXV
259
XXVI
270
XXVII
276
XXVIII
290
XXIX
299
XXX
314
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About the author (2008)

JOY is a native of Columbus, Ohio, and the author of the "Essence" bestseller "Dollar Bill," She is currently at work on her next novel.

Kashamba Williams is a mother and social worker living in Delaware.

Before becoming a full-time author, Nikki Turner worked as a travel agent. She published her first novel, A Hustler's Wife, in 2002. Her other works include Black Widow, A Project Chick, Forever a Hustler's Wife, The Glamorous Life, and Riding Dirty on I-95.

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