Durango Street

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E.P. Dutton, 1965 - African Americans - 190 pages
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As headman of his teenage gang, Rufus Henry has to deal not only with other gangs, but also with the policesanctioned sponsor who has involved himself with Rufus and his friends.

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User Review  - Dalton Sheridan - Goodreads

It was a good book to start out but as it got closer to the end it continued to get weirder and I lost track of where I was at. Then at the end of the book it kind of cut off in the middle of what I thought would be almost the middle of the book. It didn't have a good ending at all. Read full review

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User Review  - Randolph Camp - Goodreads

Our class read this book way back when I was in the 7th grade many moons ago. This book taught me about a whole new world. I grew up in rural Spotsylvania County, Virginia and the urban and gang ... Read full review

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