Out in the Open

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AuthorHouse, Nov 1, 2007 - Fiction - 152 pages
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Tabora was never out in the open with any of her men. Chad, her man, and notorious hustler, and her lover, Omar, a lawyer at the firm where she worked, were nerver the wiser. By day she was but a sophisticated receptionist, but by night Tabora secretly roamed downtown streets seeking to satisfy her lust for love. Chad and his crew robbed banks in the tri-state area with brazen tenacity, but when they robbed a 'drop house' of a well-connected durg dealer, there were repercussions to face. Omar's wife, who he'd driven to the edge with his lying, cheating ways, lost it completely when she caught him in the act with Tabota. From cover to cover there's sex, drama, murder, and suspense for your reading pleasure, and you'll enjoy the read.

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About the author (2007)

   Roy E. Howard was born in New Orleans, Louisiana.  He moved his family to Maryland in 1983.  He would later view the move as possibly life saving; his young life was lived recklessly, and near death experiences were the only constants in his life at the time.  But change in his life was not an accident.  In fact, he worked hard to achieve balance in a life perfectly suited for the drug infested, murder riddled street of the Ninth Ward, where he grew up.

   However, with change came a flair for writing, and not surprisingly, he bolted in the direction of urban fiction. His writing is straight forward, no doubt, but so is life.

                                                      Anna Smith Howard 

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