Against the Grain by Freeze
A Novel

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“FREEZE IS THE COLDEST NEW AUTHOR ON THE COME-UP.”
–Nikki Turner

Love him or hate him, Arkadian “Kay” Frost has made his mark on the streets of Baltimore as the leader of a close-knit group of friends: Mike, the ladies’ man; Tank, the funny guy with a short fuse; Apache, the wild one with artillery expertise; Gee, aka Dread, a cold piece of work; and Dre, who doesn’t drink, smoke, or cheat–and trusts no one.

Bank robberies are their bread and butter. But when a heist goes wrong, Kay ends up in prison. After serving time, he’s ready to get back to his boys and start the game again. But they’ve moved on to big-time drug dealing, and Kay can’t duck its lure. The money is flowing, but when someone in Kay’s inner circle secretly betrays him, the friends divide and engage in a full-blown war. Kay wants out before more people die, and the only person he can trust now is his woman, ShuShawn, who is not only beautiful but is as street-smart as he is. Together, Kay and ShuShawn go against the grain. It seems no one can touch them . . . except perhaps the Feds, who have been watching everything.


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Published September 27, 2008 by One World/Ballantine. 288 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Freeze. Against the Grain: A Novel. One World: Ballantine. (Nikki Turner Presents). 2008. 288p. pap. F~With an endorsement from Nikki Turner, this impressive debut will need very little selling by li

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Background: Haunted by the death of his best friend during a bank job gone wrong, Arkadian ""Kay"" Frost pulls his nine years in prison and once out quickly establishes himself as a major player in Baltimore's drug industry.

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