Doom Fox by Iceberg Slim

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This novel follows three generations of sons in a Los Angeles suburb. Despite their struggles to avoid the temptations of drugs, crime and women, each breaks the rules that society has etched upon them. The catalyst for their fall is the "Doom Fox" - a beautiful and unfaithful woman.
 

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Iceberg Slim was the pseudonym of Robert Beck, a longtime pimp whose novels for Holloway House, including Pimp and Trick Baby, made him the best-selling black novelist in American history.
 
Published September 21, 1998 by Grove Press. 240 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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One sleazy character after another—hustlers, pimps, prostitutes, junkies—enters the tale at the oddest moments, without regard for narrative coherence, though there is a unifying thread: the story of Joe —Kong— Allen, a pug-ugly prizefighter whose love of a beautiful neighbor leads to his eventua...

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A former pimp, ex-con and all around hustler, the late Iceberg Slim (ne Robert Beck) wrote a series of underground bestsellers presenting a harrowing vision of African American ghetto life, rife with

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A former pimp, ex-con and all around hustler, the late Iceberg Slim (ne Robert Beck) wrote a series of underground bestsellers presenting a harrowing vision of African American ghetto life, rife with crime and personal betrayal.

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