Every Bullet Gotta Name

Every Bullet Gotta Name : Neighborhood Takeover

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Con artist, snake, mind manipulator, liar, rapist, snitch, murderer, are just a few words that describe the infamous reputation of Rolling 30's Crip; O.G. Blue-Jay. On his reign to the top, it's not a question of who he crossed... The question is who he hasn't crossed? Because of his double life, it shouldn't be of any surprise that he would have two sons; Bloodbath (Mad Dog Blood) & Tre-Loc (8-Trey Gangsta Crip), both on different sides of the fence. Due to their father's mind manipulating ways, the two wreck havoc on the streets in an attempt to kill one another. In the midst of their chaos, a lot of people get caught in the cross fire. Some innocent... Some with hidden agendas of their own! A question you'll constantly ask yourself as you read this novel is will the two brothers kill each other and everyone in their path? Or make amends in the end and get to the root of their problem? In this grimey way of life of deceit, betrayal and heartache; Every Bullet Gotta A Name... And if you get caught slipping on the wrong side of town, you better shoot first or be prepared to die!show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 188 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 10.92mm | 344.73g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • Large type / large print
  • Large Print
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507857403
  • 9781507857403

About Robert Cost

Robert Cost, an author from Portsmouth, Virginia has been writing poetry, music and short stories since the age of 5. In First Grade at Tanners Creek Elementary he won second place at a book story competition. That's when he was pushed by his family to write more stories, although he failed to take heed to their advice. It wasn't until Robert was 20 and serving a 10 year sentence in the penitentiary where he decided to pick up the pen again. At the time he was gang banging and had a lot of hatred & resentment in his heart. He thought he would never make it home. With the many trials & tribulations he was going through, he used the pen as a way of expressing himself. Almost like a form of release. His stories might be a work of fiction, but the pain, turmoil, emotions expressed within those pages are too real!show more