Literary enthusiasts attribute Kevin M. Weeks' success to his storytelling ability as well as his fresh approach of incorporating old school wisdom to guide the main character, Teco Jackson, through his life's journey throughout the urban murder mystery series. "The Street Life Series: Is It Suicide or Murder?" by Kevin M. Weeks is a 2007 New York Book Festival award winner and received a 2007 Hollywood Book Festival as well as 2007 Do It Yourself (DIY) Book Festival Honorable Mention. Also, being listed in the prestigious African American bestseller and reading lists of MosiacBooks.com and Conversations Book Club respectively are great achievements for a self-published author. Find out more information about "The Street Life Series: Is It Suicide or Murder?" by visiting http://www.thestreetlifeseries.com.
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Book Description from the Publisher:
Kevin M. Weeks introduces a new series of steamy, suspenseful, and realistic drama from the streets. In the debut novel, Teco Jackson joins the Strictly Business (SB) Crew and gets the alias Homicide from the SB Crew boss, Mujaheed Bashi Fiten. When Bashi promotes Homicide to be his right hand man, Homicide gets into a major power struggle with the only female and toughest SB Crew member, Gail Indigo Que, a.k.a. GQ. Living an eventful life seemed promising for Homicide until there is a major take down and Bashi disappears. Back on the streets of Philadelphia, Homicide hears lots of talk about Bashi's whereabouts and the names of those who are involved. Will Homicide and GQ set aside their differences to discover the truth? Now Homicide is on a binge to find who snatched up his boss and to pay them back in a way that no one would ever think. The street life, is it suicide or murder?
The Street Life Series * by Kevin M. Weeks
Is it Suicide or Murder?
Trade Paperback: Retail $15.99; 1-4257-1104-
Cloth Hardback: Retail $22.99; 1-4257-1105-
Publication Date: September 2006
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
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