This collection of short stories and novella explores a wide range of subject matter. In 'Til Death Do Us Part, a soldier returns home from Iraq suffering from post traumatic stress, which forces his wife to save their crumbling marriage. Mo Money, Mo Money deals with a young drug dealer whose biggest client is his mother. Squaring off at the Horseshoe Pit reveals that horseshoes can be just as mentally competitive as boxing. Heroes deals with a young boy's admiration for his older brother, making him his hero. Letter to the Black Woman is a poetic tribute to the strength of Black women. Helen reveals how a man can fall under a Black woman's spell. When Sparrows Fall tells of how two birds teach of real strife. Freedom, a poem of its illusiveness. The Reaper is a novella of a serial killer who considers himself an exterminator with noble intentions. These stories are for the serious reader who prefer complete sentences to fragmented sound-bites, content to shallow hooks and catch phrases, relevant substance to banal rhetoric. Language, man's finest achievement is fully appreciated within these pages.
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Book Description America Star Books, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1462652190