Never Die Alone

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Holloway House, 2008 - Fiction - 223 pages
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America's #1 bestselling black author pens the shocking expose of a drug dealer's rise from the streets to king of the cocains mountain. Because Donald Goines always writes from his true-life experiences of the streets and the code of the ghetto, his fiction is lent a certain gritty rea- lity that not many can recreate. Which explains why it has been adapted into a major film by Fox Searchlight Pictures, produced by and starring rap artist-turned-actor DMX. This Los Angeles street saga will attract urban audiences and increase the readership thirsty for the literary original.

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About the author (2008)

Goines was a career criminal and addict who took up writing during one of his seven prison sentences. He was shot to death while at his typewriter as he was putting the final touches on his 17th novel, Kenyatta's Last Hit.

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