While Liberty lies on her deathbed, A'shai recalls their violent past together, which includes a Mexican drug cartel, child brothels, and the Los Angeles underworld.
"A story of archery and treachery incorporating family values with murder scenarios is aimed for teen and mature readers."--kickstarter website.
Liberty and her new friend Po decide to take on the California kingpin and embark on a journey to Sierra Leone, where, with a new overseas connection, they hope that they and their drug empire can survive.
Liberty, returning to her hometown, comes face to face with Dahlia, a strong, brazen woman intent on controlling the country's black market, and only one can emerge victorious.
The history of Genovia dates back hundreds of centuries. Once a peaceful tribe, the Native-Genovins were blessed by their Great Spirit. Afterwhile the explorers from across the seas attempted many times to try and breach Genovia. This action caused them to defend themselves with the warriors granted supernatural gifts by the Great Spirit. Over time a dark shadow loomed over the land of Genovia. In the 20th century, a warrior soon Chief by the name Red Sun became influenced by a foreigner's travelers misdeeds. Red Sun betrayed his people to the American enemy, starting a full-scale invasion. A lot of lives were lost, as blood run down the rivers. In their world, fallen Natives can rise again. Months after the invasion, Red Sun fell to his doom. Years after the invasion and rebellion, the great-great-grandson of Red Sun, followed in his footsteps. Unchecked rage and guilt about his mother's death caused Spirit Owl to lash out. Spirit Owl brutally attacked his father then vanish. A messenger of death emerged wrecking on Genovia City. Genocide is committed and countless are dead. Genovia City has fallen under a dark fog. Everyone out of the plagued city and moves to Farmville until further notice. Down the road, many people are killed innocently, some died trying to avenge their friends. A seasoned detective is assigned the case and uncovers a trail of dark secrets. Once the fog is lifted off Genovia, the fallen Natives return to their home. Genovia City & Farmville are changed back to their original names. Genovia breaks away from the US and becomes its own country.
A chronicle of murder and crime in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries in Mendon and Honeoye Falls, New York.
The notorious history of two nineteenth-century hamlets in western New York, famous for an era of bustling commerce—and criminality. The Town of Mendon and the Village of Honeoye Falls are today quiet western New York suburbs, but they weren't always so idyllic. In years past, the village was a center of commerce, manufacturing and railroads, and by the mid-nineteenth century, this prosperity brought with it an element of mayhem. Horse stealing was commonplace. Saloons and taverns were abundant. Street scuffles and barroom brawls were regular, especially on Saturday nights, after the laborers were paid. By Sunday morning, numerous drunks—like Manley Locke, who would eventually go on to kill another man in a fight—were confined to the lockup in the village hall. It was at this time that the Village of Honeoye Falls earned the name “Murderville.” As the town and village turn two hundred, join local historians Diane Ham and Lynne Menz as they explore the peaceful region’s vicious history. Includes photos!
|Author||: National Association of Broadcast Employees and Technicians. Constitutional Convention|
|Release Date||: 1962|
|Pages||: 329 pages|
A radical faerie pagan poet whose work is at once arresting and memorable. Born in the hillbilly country of rural West Virginia and now a resident of one of Oakland's roughest neighbourhoods, Sparrow's poetry celebrates the inevitable twists and turns of life on the run. Whether he's writing about drug deals gone bad, hobo camps at war with local rednecks, or transvestite hookers down to their last dime, he spares no details. His writing is completely unique, original, powerful.
The Red Bottom Bandits may be the world's most fashion-forward gang of masked outlaws. They're the talk of D.C. for their daring robberies and fly gear. And their latest caper is penned by Ashley Antoinette (of Ashley & JaQuavis) at her sultry, streetwise best. When the innocent, naïve Gucci recognizes ringleader Sunny Raegan during a holdup, that's her "in" with the Bandits. Knowing she's got a lot more beauty than brains, Gucci sees the gang as her meal ticket. More likely, they'll be her ticket to the morgue! The Bandits may be lawless, but they play by a few simple rules: Get in and get out. . .shoot first and ask questions later. . .never leave without the money. . .and innocent people don't get hurt. But it's only a matter of time before all these rules get broken—and that's when Gucci gets caught! If there's one thing a girl needs, it's a little help from her friends. But her "friends" have skipped town without giving her a second thought. And Sunny is distracted by her new baby and her violent ex-lover. So Gucci's on her own. She's on trial for her life, and she must decide whether to snitch on the girls—or take the fall all by herself. Whichever she chooses, it may be her death sentence.
When a set-up goes wrong and Six finds herself sleeping with the enemy, who will she choose, the man she loves, or the man she's supposed to hate? Detroit hustlers Free and Six have been together seven years, but their relationship has been nothing but drama. Free hasn't been faithful and Six has taken out her hurt by physically hurting the other women. Free ends up in jail for three years, and when he's sprung, he's not happy to learn that Six has been living the high-life on his dime and blown through $100,000! Then Six gets entangled in one of Free's schemes and finds herself in a role almost too good to be true—posing as the woman of another man who actually treats her with respect. Though you can bet there won't be a "happily ever after" for anyone involved. . ..