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eBook Inner City Hoodlum (Holloway House Originals) download ISBN: 0870679570
Author: Donald Goines
Publisher: Holloway House Pub Co (November 1975)
Language: English
Pages: 255
ePub: 1432 kb
Fb2: 1406 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Action and Adventure

Holloway House Originals by Donald Goines. Eldorado red. Inner city hoodlum. A friend indeed will help a friend in need.

Holloway House Originals by Donald Goines. White man'S justice, black man's grief. Kenyatta's last hit. Never die alone. So saying, I'd like to say my thanks to some friends of mine who have helped me while others turned their backs. At the top of the list is Levern Sawyer and his wonderful wife Pearl. Next I'd like to thank Brother Auther, or better known as Deek Reed.

Donald Goines was born in Detroit, Michigan. Air Force instead of going into his family’s dry cleaning business. Following his service, he entered into a life of drug addiction and crime.

Inner City Hoodlum book. Published August 1st 1992 by Holloway House (first published 1975). Inner City Hoodlum was Goines’ last published novel, published posthumously in 1975. Never having read a Goines novel before, I have no idea how this compares to his other novels.

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Holloway House's chief executive Bentley Morriss requested that Goines publish the book under a. .Archived from the original on 16 July 2006. a b c d e Ogunnaike, Lola (March 25, 2004).

The book dealt with an anti-hero character named after Jomo Kenyatta that ran an organization similar to the Black Panthers to clear the ghetto of. crime. Inner City Hoodlum, which Goines had finished before his death, was published posthumously in 1975. Set in Los Angeles, the novel was about heroin, money and murder.

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Read Black Gangster online free book, all chapters, no download. La Republique du Centre. Holloway House Originals by Donald Goines. Full english version. Jackson Prison, the largest penal institution in the United States, was becoming modem. What is great about Goines is that you feel you've become more intelligent once you have read his stories of pain and grief. His stories almost have an ethnographic value.

Comments: (7)
This book followed the same formula, but there are some moments in it that separate it from the other books he has written. The ending of this book pissed me off, but besides that, I loved it. Two friends kill a guard in self-defense, and turn to a neighborhood numbers man with a known reputation. Things hit close to home with one of the young cats, and he, along with his friend, seek revenge for the overdose of his younger sister, by the Duke, the numbers man. There are the vivid scenes, the gruesome descriptions, and everything else which makes Donald Goines work stand out. Don't expect a happy ending, because that is not what Donald Goines was all about. He was about presenting reality.
This is my fourth Donald Goines book and so far, this one touched my heart the most. You have 3 teenage boys, not in school, fending for themselves by robbing freight yards. It is sad to see all of their stories unfold,and to see how hard life and struggling effects everyone, and how we all sometimes become products of our environment. My heart went out to Johnny, his sister Leslie, who was so young and naive, and yearned for love so much that she let a much older man get the best of her, without even knowing what was happening. This book is a good read and gives you an in depth look into the perils of ghetto life and what we as human beings will do in order to survive.
This book is another classic with The Man!!!!
Excellent book
Thank you
Quality was good, but not the stuff I read personally, it was a "gag" gift . What can I say except that it is Donald Goines.
This was a short read. It was okay. I am getting used to books with an incredible amount of detail and this one really didn't have it. I believe that the story was based upon factual accounts of Mr. Goines life. It was tragic because the character could not liberate themselves. I have read one other of his books in the past and perhaps I will start with his first book and read all of them. This one was okay.
I love Donald Goines books but this book was not what I expected. The book was like a repeat of 1 of his other books. After reading it I felt like that was my 2nd time reading the book. I liked it because it still was real and spoke the truth. It didn't hold anything back.