Cracker Bling by Stephen Solomita

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A contemporary New York noir coming-of-age story - Nineteen-year-old Hootie has been in trouble all his life. An outsider, his father was Crow Indian; his mother is black; but Hootie is neither black, nor white, nor Latino, nor Asian. When he meets Bubba Yablonsky, the biggest white man hes ever seen, at a subway station in Harlem, he knows somethings up. Then Bubba opens fire at an innocent rat before offering Hootie money and a place to live. But whats the catch? And what else who else has Bubba shot?

About Stephen Solomita

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Stephen Solomita is the author of several critically acclaimed thrillers, including ""Damaged Goods About the Reader Jason Culp has been featured on the soap operas ""General Hospital, ""Days of Our Lives, and ""Another World, and appeared in the film ""Skinheads.
Published November 1, 2011 by Severn House Digital. 185 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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These multiply exponentially when he learns the details of the crime Bubba has in mind, even though Hootie agrees that big payoffs seldom come to the risk-averse.

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After accepting a toke from a large, forbidding white man in a Harlem subway station, Hootie is shocked to see his new “friend” fire a number of pistol rounds at a rat on the platform.

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