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mercy for murder(s): in brooklyn

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In 2013, amidst gentrification, and the evolution of a culturally diverse place, something is causing a major disturbance in Brooklyn. Deaths are happening daily as the borough is under attack. And right on cue, enter our friends at the 23rd Precinct as they are still fighting for justice and punishing all who contribute to crime. This time around, however, the detectives ...more
Paperback, 1st Edition, 188 pages
Published December 11th 2018 by Flowered Concrete
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Jessthebookslover
Dec 11, 2018 rated it really liked it
Review of Mercy for Murder(s) in Brooklyn by Kevin 11 sent by @floweredconcrete
Rating: 4/5 stars.

I read the first installment of this series a while ago, and I can state this: I definitely see the improvement!

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In 2013, amidst gentrification, and the evolution of a culturally diverse place, something is causing a major disturbance in Brooklyn. Deaths are happening daily as the borough is under attack. And right on cue, enter our friends at the 23rd Precinct as they are still fighting for jus
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Kevin Eleven, whose real name is Kevin Anglade, was raised in the Queens borough section of New York City to Haitian immigrant parents. He published his debut novel Tales of the 23RD PRECINCT through his independent publishing company, Flowered Concrete, in January of 2013. In spring 2014, he graduated from Brooklyn College with a BA in English while concentrating in literature. Locally, he has be ...more