The Devil's Dust

The Devil's Dust : A Modern Nightmare

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Description

A weekly dice game ends in bloodshed and an outstanding fatal body count of seven, and one lone survivor; Meeko Sanders, a hustler. The friends and family members of the decease are livid and inconsolable. With an understanding of zero, they desire nothing less than retribution-blood for blood! As a hustler, in the era where the heroin epidemic has a strong hold of the city Meeko has been able to slide through the crevices and cracks of the dangerous St. Louis city streets, somehow avoiding run-ins with the law, ducking jackboys and other envious dealers. However, with Meeko being the only one to survive the dice game slaughter, he's fallen under the suspicious eyes of the relatives' and friends of the victims. Determined to stay alive, Meeko dodges bullets and uses his hood sense-along with his extensive resources-to survive the relentless attempts on his life. Will Meeko survive this nightmare or will he become another number in the St. Louis death toll?show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 318 pages
  • 148.6 x 214.1 x 18.5mm | 358.34g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514637766
  • 9781514637760

About Frazier Boy

Frazier Boy, born and raised in St. Louis Missouri, is an Urban fiction, drama, crime writer who has seen and experienced his share of hardships dealing with the streets. In 2004 he began writing and landed his first publishing deal with DC Book Diva Publishing. Since then he has went on to write over 17 novels and has launched his own publishing company 'Thin Line Publishing' with business partner and friend Alonzo L. Strange. The Devil's Dust is his fourth published book. Be on the look out for so much more from this St. Louis native author.show more