Harlem Confidential

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Urban Books, 2006 - Fiction - 288 pages
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Roy 'Cootie' Hodges, an old skool pimp and thug, has served 10 years out of a 15 year sentence for the murder of a drug dealer. In the hood, all of the young pimps remember him as 'The Baron', known for his style, elegance, wit and the decent treatment of his women. Now released, Cootie is re-establishing old ties, running old haunts and looking for his missing daughter, hooked up with a young, dynamic pimp named Silky in a search for the lost ends of his checkered past.

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Cole Riley is the pen name for a well-known journalist and reviewer. His work has appeared in several anthologies and magazines, including a recent stint as a columnist at "SexIs" "Magazine". He has edited two popular anthologies, "Making The Hook-Up: " "Edgy Sex With Soul "and "Too Much Boogie: Erotic Remixes of the Dirty Blues.

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