Real Black Men

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AuthorHouse, 2005 - Fiction - 176 pages
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The past months have not been kind to this ST. Louis Missouri Special Operations Detective. This unnamed Detective is the head of a Ghost Intelligent Unit. His Unit tracks the movements of all major crime organizations on an international global scale. Although his job is hectic enough it still doesn't stop the normal day to day trails and tribulations of being the type of man that he try's to be. Knowing that no one is perfect he feels that he and very few men of his race. Strive to keep a cool head and maintain good morale clear thinking. In a world that only sees, hears and believes only what it wants to. In the middle of his day to day routine a beautiful Italian woman is ritualistically murdered. Her body carved and torch red. Trying to upset the Brass's system. The Detective's hard nosed Boss dumps the murder case right in the unwilling Detective's lap. Its discovered that the woman has Italian crime family ties. He also discovers that there's a war brewing among the high figure crime leaders. A war that spans across the oceans. The trial twists and turns as the Detective finds one murdered victim after another. He learns that there's a serial murderer in town from over seas and he defiantly has a taste for raw Italian meat. Each scene gets bloodier and bloodier as the serial murderer leaves half eaten meals all over town. The ride gets rougher and rougher as the Detective sifts through a world of crooked cops. Dangerous crime members and a paid mafia F.B.I. Hit woman. Not to mention a crashing home life that will leave his son spinning uncontrollably in a cold cruel world. Still he has to stop the killings. Can he do it without getting his self killed in the process. Can he do it and still be a real black man.

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