Trapped in Pandora's Last Box

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During Birminghams Civil Rights era, with racism and crime battling for prominence, pimp Blake McDaniel managed his business with brutal efficiency. Trapped in an endless downward cycle, McDaniels is confronted by the sins of his pastsins that are v…

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    Om Trapped in Pandora's Last Box

    During Birminghams Civil Rights era, with racism and crime battling for prominence, pimp Blake McDaniel managed his business with brutal efficiency. Trapped in an endless downward cycle, McDaniels is confronted by the sins of his pastsins that are visited on his son.Torn between two father figures and his mothers persistent dream, Tyson McDaniels struggles to make the right choices. His father is a drug addicted Vietnam veteran who transforms his racial anguish into living the life of a ruthless pimp. His stepfather, Vincent Big Vince Johnson, is a street-life late bloomer, a man who traded his assembly line job at Detroits General Motors for a roll of the street life dice. Lillian, his embittered mother, is caught between two vicious pimpsone she loves and one she hates. She is plunged into the very life she rejectedprostitution, drugs, andthe need to escape a past of brutal racial hatred and a romantic disappointment too deep to forget.Trapped in Pandoras Last Box explodeswith deadly consequencesthe inevitable clash between Blake and his bitter rivals, Big Dester and Death Wish, Blakes imminent encounter with death and destruction, and the implications of hisactions for the future of his son.

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    Format
    E-Bok
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    Teknisk DRM
    Filformat
    ePUB
    Utgivelsesår
    2011
    Forlag
    iUniverse
    Språk
    Engelsk
    ISBN
    9781462012053
    Sider
    192

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