Powderfinger by Benjamin Dickson

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Based in present day Pittsburgh, Powderfinger is a dramatic story that explores a rise and fall relationship which is shared between two cousins during their journey to make names for themselves on the steel city's drug scene. Norm Thomas, a rebellious, gun-crazy young adult and his elder, crooked cop cousin "Shrugs" reunite with childhood friends who as a group, unintentionally take the city by storm; that is, until sparking a heated and gruesome war with one of Pittsburgh's larger drug lords, Harry Von.

During this drug war, an already reckless Norm grows power-hungry, often acting before thinking which poses a serious problem for his cousin who finds himself on constantly on edge. Due to, parks begin to fly between the group as their trust is truly tested, until only the inevitable is left to happen…

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Published September 1, 2011 by Benjamin Dickson. 167 pages
Genres: Arts & Photography, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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