In My Hood 3

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Melodrama Publishing, 2009 - African Americans
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The streets of Newark have never been as cutthroat as in Endy's third installment of her In My Hood epic. Just when the hood seems at momentary peace, the emergence of an enigmatic hit-woman known as the Black Widow jolts everyone back to attention when she marks one of the hood's dignitaries as her target. But she's not done. She's on the hunt, out for blood, and relentless in her pursuit to right the wrongs committed against her family. Ishmael and Desiree's fifteen-year-old son Nyeem is trying to step out of his father's shadow and avoid becoming another casualty of the hustle. Escaping from his heritage becomes especially troublesome, however, when his world is shaken to its core by an extraordinary turn of events. The fall of the head hustler in town conjures up droves of backstabbers, small-timers on the come-up, and young Nyeem facing a grown man's decision just to survive.
 

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Contents

Section 20
133
Section 21
141
Section 22
147
Section 23
156
Section 24
173
Section 25
181
Section 26
191
Section 27
197

Section 9
47
Section 10
52
Section 11
60
Section 12
70
Section 13
86
Section 14
91
Section 15
97
Section 16
107
Section 17
111
Section 18
118
Section 19
128
Section 28
202
Section 29
214
Section 30
217
Section 31
225
Section 32
243
Section 33
253
Section 34
259
Section 35
277
Section 36
296
Section 37
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