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I just recently started getting into books about two years ago. This book is so good and hard to put down. It's a definite page turner. I read it in two days. I could have read it in one day but my infant son would not allow me :. Please get this book.
The Return of Johnnie Wise
U will not be disappointed. LadySkyy More than 1 year ago This entire series was amazing from the first to the last! I am hoping Keith Lee Johnson has something more in store with Josephine Baptiste and more books like this Johnnie Wise the protagonist. In the book Mr. Johnson discussed the murder of Emmet Till, bombings of all black establishments in the black wealthy part of New Orleans. Johnson also discussed the issue about lynching of the Ku Klux Klan.
Little Black Girl Lost 6 : Keith Lee Johnson :
Little Black Girl Lost will leave you breathless, shocked, and wanting more! Aysia Rucker Battle Creek Mi. Everywhere, I went that book went. I couldn't put it down. Related Searches. A Journey to Here. After nineteen years of marriage, her husband can still make After nineteen years of marriage, her husband can still make her laugh, and her two adolescent daughters have managed to stay out of trouble. She's content with the present, the future looks good, and the View Product.
Consumed Dark Protectors Series 4. She's good at it because she has the kind of focus and Frankenstorm: Category 8. The Fear Is SpreadingIn the third thrilling installment of Ray Garton's six-part Frankenstorm, a biological weapon is accidentally released during a killer hurricane—and one desperate woman is about to spread the word. FrankenstormEven with a massive storm front threatening He Don't Play Fair. When his conviction for conspiracy to distribute cocaine is overturned, Papio is released from a The seven Davis brothers made a promise to their mother on her deathbed: they would each make something of their lives.
And they vowed they would watch over eighteen-year-old Zabu Davis, their baby brother. Intelligent, driven, and charismatic, Baby Brother had resisted the lure of Brooklyn street life and was headed for Stanford University on a pre-med scholarship.
But on the eve of his departure for California, in a split second of blinding violence, Baby Brother's life is thrown onto a tragic collision course. Soon, his devoted brothers follow a path of blood justice that will rock the city streets. Baby Brother was their pride and joy. Now, he's their reason to fight for vengeance.
A child turned out by the rulers of the game. When you get thrown into a snakepit you better learn how to wiggle! It's all about survival, baby. And not only did I learn the code of the streets, I made my own damn rules and got paid in the process. So listen close, but watch your pockets. I'm a Harlem girl. A scandalous chick.
A ruthless mama. Me and this city are just alike.
And we never, ever sleep Though their first introduction came a bit premature due to a near fatal catastrophe, their next reunion was coerced and proved timely in a sense of friendship and loyalty thanks to Stormy Daniels, an East Memphis baller who generously funded their needs. Ivy's had her share of trouble with the law, and with Candy's bad girl history, neither could afford to bring attention to themselves, especially not at the expense of a criminal-minded, Stormy Daniels.
After he insists the girls be down with him and his high-rolling crew, Ivy and Candy become each other's keeper and declare all-out war, trying to get from under Stormy's grasp.
Just look up the meaning of fierce in the dictionary, and you'll find a picture of both Ivy Lee Jones and Candy Cane with sinister smiles on their faces. Together they become a force not to be reckoned with. From the Essence? Alisha Yvonne is back with more unforgettable characters in this tale of just how naughty girls can be.
After a failed bank robbery attempt and a shootout with the cops, the heat is on! The robbers are forced to take a white woman hostage to make their get away. With her life on the line, the woman takes the desperate robbers to her house. Now with four hostages: the woman, her former judge husband, and their two children, the bandits are set to lay low in suburbs. Her father is a king in the drug distribution game, and she viewed her father as the perfect man, the type of man she wanted to marry.
Shawn is all she's ever dreamed of, or so it seems. She went from being a princess to being a queen, but the royalty didn't come without a price. After losing everything, including her family and being locked away in prison for murder, she realizes that the money, clothes, and cars mean nothing without them, and not even the love she has for her husband can bring back everything he took away from her. Being an heiress to a drug empire doesn't guarantee the life of a princess.
Mimi Gordon was never attracted to the drug dealers or men at all until she met Tony. The lavish life that Tony provided her with only made her want for more. After Tony leaves her high and dry, she finds love with James. James who was recently released from prison has a plan: to become a king in the drug game. Mimi's blissful life quickly turns to sorrow when James acquires a new alias that takes over turning her life upside down. While David is one of Houston 's most prominent physicians, Dorothy is a loving and carefree housewife. It seems as if life couldn't be more fabulous for this couple who appear to have it all: wealth, social status, and a loving union.
However, looks can be deceiving.
Keith Lee Johnson
Happily Never After tells the story of what really happens behind closed doors when the eyes of the community aren't watching. Find out what happens when the flawless veneer begins to crack. Jackie can't burden her mother, not when her father has just walked out, leaving six children behind.
Then Jackie meets loving, committed Roger, and is sure things have changed for the better. But life has a way of unraveling Playing a clever trick of her own, Williams left her heroine on the brink of death at the end of the novel. Now the second installment of the chronicles reveals what Williams's readers are dying to know: Is the Bitch Dead, or What? The drive-by shooting that brought her down forces Ritz to look back on her climb to the top and the people she loved, lost, used, and abused along the way.