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High Rollers Players & Angels

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High Rollers, Players & Angels is an urban street saga of one man's dream to become Memphis' most prolific player in the underworld vices. High Rollers, Players and Angels blends night life, gambling, greed, drugs, sex, and vulnerability into a page turning sensational lifestyle in which only the strong can survive!
Paperback, 338 pages
Published October 2010 by Getting the Wordk Done Publications
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Mar 21, 2012 rated it really liked it
Title: High Rollers, Players & Angels
Author: Gregory A. Johnson
Publisher: Getting the Work Done Publications
Release date (or anticipated release): October 2010
ISBN: 9780982966600
Specs: Paperback, 338 pages
Website (optional): www.highrollersplayersandangels.vpweb...
Category: Street/Urban

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No one seems to play the game fair and square. Parjoe calls the shots not only in a pool game but wants to start a major criminal enterprise with his crew. Griffith A. Jordan also known as Pa
Mar 18, 2012 rated it it was amazing
High Rollers, Players & Angels will take you for a journey into a major crime enterprise starting from the beginning process (the roots) and who is scheming who. On a personal note, too much vulgar language; however, it may fit the character's reactions and way of life. Still waiting to see how this book turns out and who stays on top of their game.

This novel meets the criteria of street literature: greed instead of meeting the need; power and controlling territory and/or the streets; entert
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