In the second installment in the Dopeman's Trilogy, JaQuavis Coleman chillingly chronicles the life and crimes of Harlem resident Hazel Brown, as she rises to the highest highs and spirals into an inevitable, devastating downfall.
Hazel has nothing and no one in her life; the only thing she "owns" is an insatiable addiction to heroin. Her addiction brings her to the slums, where she quickly learns the tricks of surviving—of hustling and getting her street smarts. She'll do anything to feed her habit, even if that means robbing and conning and selling her own body. Yet no matter how much heroin she does, the pain that's cut so deep within her never goes away in this story so intimate and compellingly written, you'll feel like you're walking in her shoes.
About the Author
JaQuavis Coleman is one half of the New York Times bestselling duo Ashley & JaQuavis. Born and raised in a notoriously rough neighborhood in Flint, Michigan, he writes novels about the gritty street life he witnessed. He is best known for his Dopeman series and for the Cartel series co-authored with his wife, Ashley Antoinette. He resides in Michigan with his family.
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