Black Gangster by Donald Goines

By Donald Goines

A wide a part of Goines' thirty 9 years of existence used to be spent being a profitable pimp, a heif, an operator of corn liquor homes, an armed robber, and a small time dope broker. He lived the lifetime of the streets and out of that have he created Prince, the anti-hero of Black Gangster! It's the tale of the stunning underworld of black organised crime and the fledgling black "godfather" who is going from teen ganglord to strong Detroit mobster. just like the gangsters of the 1920's, he starts off with boot-legging and branches out into each identified crime

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