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The Moscow Connection

by Robin Moore

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Blood answers for blood on the streets of Harlem. Its been months since Lou-loc was brutally murdered on his way to freedom and the pain is still fresh. Gutter, Lou-locs best friend, finds himself on a path to self-destruction, vowing to eradicate the entire Blood faction in New York City in the name of his fallen comrade. Sharell urges him to abandon the suicide mission, but his oath wont allow it. Not even for the child they are expecting. But as Gutter slips further into madness, a shocking revelation brings Satin out. In the middle of all this is a man named Major Blood. He has been flown in from Cali with two very simple instructions. Shut down Harlem Crip, and execute El Diablos murderer. Walk back into the mouth of madness in the not-to-missed sequel to GANGSTA. --from amazon.com.… (more)

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