Blood Posse by Philip Baker

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A harrowing and frightening novel, a modern-day morality tale that illuminates the many hypocrises of contemporary society. In the early 1970s, as newly arrived Jamaicans are settling uneasily into the Afro-American community in Brooklyn, a high school party ends in a racial gang war that starts Danny Palmer on a course that will change his life forever.

About Philip Baker

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Phil Baker is the international best-selling author of several books, including Secrets of Super Achievers and Wisdom--The Forgotten Factor of Success. He is also a renowned international speaker, appearing before businesspeople, conferences, and churches with audiences ranging from fifty people to ten thousand. Phil lives in Perth, Australia, where he is the senior minister of Riverview Church, one of Australia's largest churches.
Published February 1, 1994 by Pan Macmillan. 400 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Westerns. Fiction

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But Danny has a mind of his own and, in a nod to old Jimmy Cagney movies like The Roaring Twenties, rises in the ranks to be a power-source himself.

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Baker, who wrote his book from a British penitentiary, clearly came by his subject the hard way, and the authority of his voice comes through in virtually every page of Danny's first-person narrative.

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