Maton the Criminal Drug Lord

Maton the Criminal Drug Lord

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Maton is a mother fuccin Vato Loco from the Big Bad 18th Street Gang in Los Angeles. He just got out of prison, and is tasked with setting up a meth distribution network in Michigan. Things get crazy when a dirty cop tries to rob him. He smokes the pig, but now more pinche putos are investigating the missing cop, and he's gotta smoke them too! Add to that all the set trippin fools from other gangs who are competing for the same street corners, and the schooling of the new recruits on how to stay out of jail and make real money, and Maton barely has enough time to have kinky three-way sex with sluts and nymphos! Maton HATES cops, and as his new set the Tiny Malos learn about high explosives and booby traps, they focus on destroying the sworn enemy of all street gangs and drug dealers- the police. This book is dedicated to the hard-core pistol packin REAL VATOS, who live for the game. And all the cops, faggy wannabe gangsters and snitches can suck a big fat verga! Tags: urban fiction, gang related, street lit, crime fiction, young adult, 18th Street gang, prison fictionshow more

Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 336 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 18mm | 454g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514765098
  • 9781514765098
  • 1,833,306

About Victor "Puppet" Raza

Victor "Puppet" Raza is a life-long gang banger, drug dealer, and prison convict. Unhappy with the foolish rules that regulate his gang, he imagined what he would do if he could start a brand-new gang, in a far-away town. This book is the result. The author has stabbed men, and been stabbed himself. He has done time on California's level 4 prison yards. He slings dope, and he hates the police with a burning passion. Maton is the author's alter ego, he wishes he could declare war against the police, and stop all the police brutality, murdering of unarmed minorities, and police corruption. But for now, all he can do is write this book. Maybe some down Vato will read this book, and it will inspire the reader to take things to the next level.show more