Slave To The Trade by Percy Levy

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Violent and visceral but also replete with social commentary and existential wisdom.


Tiff is sick and tired of being sick and tired. Selling her body out on the track has gotten more and more difficult with each passing day. Not only is her drug habit becoming extremely difficult to support, but she is also becoming quite troubled by the unwanted attention of the many gangbangers and wanna-be pimps who relentlessly harass her and make it virtually impossible for her to practice her trade. Although she had sworn in the past to never do business with a pimp, her promise is quickly broken when Anthony Davis, aka “AD”, gets out of prison and aggressively pursues her, eventually moving her mind, body, and spirit in a way that it has never been moved before. Just when things seem to be looking up for Tiff, the violent reality of being involved in “the game” comes calling. And when the bloodshed starts getting too much for her, Tiff starts to seriously question her involvement with AD. However, it’s too late to turn back now. Everything is happening too fast. Everybody is locked into their positions. In essence, everyone is a SLAVE TO THE TRADE…

About Percy Levy

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Born in a women's penitentiary in Southern California, Percy Levy has been in and out of prison, and traveled a chaotic path of existence including his current incarceration as a forty-two year old man.
Published December 18, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 326 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime. Fiction
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on Apr 10 2013

Violent and visceral but also replete with social commentary and existential wisdom.

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