Trust No Man 3: Like Father Like Son

Cash (Author)
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Description

After his father was executed, Lil T vowed to seek revenge against every individual who played a part in Youngbloods downfall. Anybody who s testimonies helped convict Youngblood and send him to death row was sure to catch hell on Earth. Following in his father s footstep s, Lil T dons the name Trouble, and his name holds the true weight of its meaning. The time has arrived when Lil T is all grown up and filled with bitterness. He s dead-set on avenging his father s death. The ATL is about to feel his pain! By his side like a trustworthy glock is his beautiful but deadly ride or die shawdy Kamora. Together they cannot be denied. Only one thing can break their bond as they rob, murder, extort and inflict vengeance.

Product Details

Price
$15.95
Publisher
Wahida Clark Presents Publishing, LLC
Publish Date
August 31, 2012
Pages
315
Dimensions
5.4 X 0.8 X 8.4 inches | 0.85 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780981854595
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About the Author

Cash was born Reginald Alexander and raised in Cleveland, Ohio but lived most of his life in Atlanta, Georgia. He decided to start writing fiction while incarcerated at a state prison in Georgia. His style is gritty, raw, and real. Even from the depths of confinement he has an imagination that's in overdrive. His debut novel Trust No Man was released under the Wahida Clark Presents imprint in 2009, and the Trust No Man trilogy went on to reach hood classic status. It remains one of the most respected street novels in the industry. Since making his debut with WCP, Cash has since formed his own publishing company Lock Down Publications. Under LDP the author's star has shined brighter than ever with critically acclaimed novels such as A Dirty South Love, Shorty Got A Thug, Trust No Bitch 1&2, and Thugs Cry 1&2. Cash is presently in his 22nd year of incarceration but he remains strong and he strives to teach through the power of his pen.