Book: My Hood Your Barrio His Beat by Full Blooded Pitcategories: Book, Urban, Rehab, Romance, Mystery, Music, Loans, Lawyer, Attorney, Insurance, Conference Call, Recovery, Violence
Full Blooded Pitabout this book: Roll up your windows, lock your doors, and buckle up your seat belts. Full Blooded Pit is about to take you on a tour through the heart of the most notorious housing projects in California- The Nickerson Gardens. Look to your left and you will see the run down appartment building with the boarded up windows. Do you see the small hole at the bottom of that iron door? over 200 drug transactions are conducted through that hole every day. Money goes in dope comes out. Look to your right and your eyes may decieve you. It's an LAPD squad car parked directly across the street from the crack house with the cop just sitting in the drivers seat watching the project unit as junky after junky strolls up and stuffs their dirty money through the little hole then quickly walks off clutching plastic baggies in their hands. You would assume that the officer is on some sort of stake out right? Wrong.
He is sitting there as he does once a week, waiting for one of the young drug dealers to come out and bring him his share of the profits in order to keep their door from being kicked in at six o clock in the morning and their illegal opperation being overrun with deputies and Doberman pinschers. Ladies and gents, we have not even started the bus engine yet. There are so many secrets in the hood, so many unwritten codes of conduct which govern the lions tigers and bears of the concrete jungle. What you are about to witness is not just a novel but a novel experience. You are about to embark on a mission through the slums and personally see them through the ambitious eyes of three different slum lords who are all competing for the same crown. Ready? Let's go!
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