Back(stabbed) In Brooklyn
by Lenox Parker
Publisher: Feedbooks 2010
Number of pages: 163
Howard found success once he left Brooklyn, but at a cost that he may regret: leaving abruptly and cutting ties for decades had enabled trivial resentments to turn into lifelong grudges. When he seizes an opportunity to turn his career around by writing a telling memoir using their stories, he doesn't heed the risks of getting involved with the old gang again.
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