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Identity by Pascal Marco
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Nov 10, 11

Recommended for: Black dudes who speak normal English and DVR PBS Frontline
Read from November 03 to 10, 2011

Aside from the Scooby Doo ending, this is the new best book of all time, of ALL TIME. It combines several different things that interest me, including interracial love (of the black man on white woman variety), crooked cops, corrupt politicians, homeland security, illegal immigration and elder abuse, along with baseball, which I know a lot of people find interesting. This is one of those books where every chapter you learn something new, and you're like, "Oh shit!" Several chapters end in cliffhangers. There were a few different parts that really touched me on an emotional level. No Jerry Sandusky. Some of them I can't mention here, because that would just ruin it. The thing that really got me was whenever he would mention "travelin'." It made me want to teleport back to the mid '70s and bust a cap in a few gangbangers.
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Pascal Marco Byron, Just saw your review. I appreciate your insightful thoughts. Thank you very much, Pascal.


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