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Jamaal's Incredible Adventures in the Black Church
Before Jamaal's seventeenth birthday he’s appointed as his preacher uncle’s designated driver and unwilling personal confidant. Behind the fine outfits and hats, behind the delicious cooking, Jamaal is exposed to crazy aunties, sexy church sisters, corrupt pastors, and predator deacons. A good kid who just wants time to finish his homework and kiss a girl his own age, Jamaal is dragged through the strange world of the Black church. You best pray for him.
— An offensive dark comedy by the author of BLM-PD and Monuments: A Deadly Day at Jefferson Park.
We Couldn't Be Heroes: And Other Stories
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A Deadly Day at Jefferson Park
Revenge Was Inevitable
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Thinking Of You
A love letter to friendship
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