Hennry Horrowitz Presents by Cam Rascoe
Harlots Hustlers & Heroines

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How are monsters created? Hear Henry’s words as he narrates death. Brother to Hanna, beautiful young husband hustler star of “Hanna Horrowitz Presents: The Husband Hustle parts 1 & 2”. Their lives are intertwined yet separate in so many ways. Children of Savanna creator of the “Hustle” both matured into narcissistic sociopaths. Hanna, never violent but very hurtful in her words and actions; her thoughts and feelings begin and end with her. Henry is a sharer of the pain; he first started hurting under the guise of protecting himself. Eventually he settled on the idea of hurting because it brought him great joy. Wealth and fortune comes easy for the two but the joy is always lacking. A God fearing faithful step father, after years of abuse converted the once scheming Savanna, saving her before he returned home to his creator. Can these two ever be saved? How are monsters created? Let Henry show you how.

About Cam Rascoe

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Cam Rascoe a native of Philadelphia, PA. has made his home in the blue collar comunity of Pine Hills, FL for the past two decades. Author of many novels, Hanna Hororwitz Presents: The Husband Hustle Part 1 is his first work to be published. Mr. Rascoe views writing as his calling, purpose and blessing, focused on educating while entertaining. Short stories, poetry, essays and insightful writings you can find in his soon to be released Writings of Rascoe. The Perrils of the Peoples of Pine Hills is a dangerously adventurous tale with strong underlying morals. Cam Rascoe is an artist whose insightful and heartfelt words cause fiction to read as non fiction. Charcters take on life for the reader as they are absorbed into the world of the book. Responsible with his craft, skillful with his words Cam Rascoe is definately a great addtion to the literary community.
Published May 3, 2012 by Xlibris. 224 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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