Remember what bought you the freedom you have : blood.
To Love and Die in Chicago
It's been a while since Mexican Cartel Boss Alexus Costilla had a firm grip on Chicago's illicit drug market. She knows that despite the recent spike in gang related homicides, the Windy City is the land of opportunity for a drug trafficking Queenpin like herself. All she needs is a street organization to move the product.
Enter Lee "Juice" Wilkins, of North Lawndale the leader of one of the most dominant street gangs on the west side of Chicago. He's not content with purchasing kilos of cocaine from his Mexican connect, who is clearly nothing more than a middle man in the grand scheme of things. Juice wants his product directly from the source, and when his girlfriend's wealthy ex suggests they travel to California to meet with him, Juice agrees without a moment's hesitation. The ex- Alexus Costilla's husband Bulletface- had been a drug Kingpin before rising to the top of the music industry.
Juice enlisted two close friends and their wives to accompany him and his girlfriend to Los Angeles, and what begins as a business trip turns out to be a drama-filled day of scandalous affairs, untrusting spouses, and cold blooded murder
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It shall begin in the forests of the Riverlands, your forests, but where will your journey take you? Will you end up right back where you started? And if you did make it back, would your home even still be your home? 🏞️ Crimson River now available in Paperback on Amazon!! 📙 Also on e-book in the Amazon store and on Kindle Unlimited, along with the free download on my website!! https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B071S9GS76/ref=mp_s_a_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1496076315&sr=8-5&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=crimson+river&dpPl=1&dpID=518pUisnFyL&ref=plSrch
Black people don't get the credit but we help start "Memorial Day". Anything that seems lost in translation never is, someone is trying to bury it. As a Black American I find it my duty to understand the true history of our story.
launches on June 19..... In May of 1865, Black soldiers and freedmen held ceremonies in honor of the fallen Union soldiers. They weren't properly buried during the war so a mass grave was built. They labeled the mass grave site Martyrs of the Race Course. It was in Charleston, S.C. The most memorable was a march where approximately 3,000 freed blacks and abolitionist whites marched around the site in honor of the dead. Afterwards most of the crowd didn't go right home but instead had picnics, congregated, and listened the teachings. It was documented by the New York Tribune. Sounds like Memorial Day to me.
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