Hustle: Street Power

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Strategic Book Publishing, Nov 7, 2012 - Fiction - 96 pages
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Hustle: Street Power is the captivating story of Nice Davidson, a young man near the end of his high school career who looks forward to moving on in life. When the street life that was present during his early childhood reappears in the form of his mother’s body strewn in pieces across the back porch, Nice incorporates creative thinking to find answers as he completes his educational goals. He creates a business that catches the attention of the current street king, someone who wants to take advantage of Nice’s status as the child of a previous kingpin. Nice needs to know who he can trust to have his back when he can no longer distinguish the line between friend and foe.
 

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This story knocks you off your feet from start to end. Nothing I have read has ever come close to this book. I sat down and couldn't even put it down because I was like what in the world is going to happen next! Then the end just stops our heart!. I'm not going to tell what happens but all I'm going to say is he needs to get finished on the 2nd book.  

Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
9
Chapter 3
18
Chapter 4
24
Chapter 5
28
Chapter 6
34
Chapter 7
37
Chapter 8
48
Chapter 9
60
Chapter 10
67
Chapter 11
76
Chapter 12
88
Chapter 13
99
Chapter 14
107
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About the author (2012)

Debut novelist Jonathan Copeland lives with his wife and child in Lexington, Virginia, and is writing the sequel. He dedicates this book to his MaMa, wife, son, Levin Twitty and Glen Colbert.

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