Street Love by Quentin Carter
(Triple Crown Publications Presents)

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The Love of Drama, The Love of The Game, The Love of Freedom, The Love of Money, The Love of Family - Street Love.


Join five of Triple Crown's hottest Best-Selling Authors as each twists a tale of life, death, happiness, heartache and Street Love.


About Quentin Carter

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Hailing from St. Louis, Missouri, Keisha Ervin is a prolific writer and devoted mother. Her success has drawn much deserved attention to herself and her hometown. She is the author of the Essence Best-Sellers Chyna Black, Me & My Boyfriend, Mina's Joint and Hold U Down, as well as the novel Torn and the short story ?After the Storm, ? featured in the Street Love anthology. Danielle Santiago is the author of "Grindin'" and founder of Mischievous Girl Foundation, which is dedicated to helping battered women and innercity girls. She lives in Harlem, New York, and Charlotte, North Carolina, with her husband and son. Quentin Carter is a 30-year-old native of Kansas City, Missouri. Currently, Quentin is serving a 10 year sentence in federal prison under the harsh crack cocaine law. It was while in prison that Quentin felt inspired to write. His strong characters often reflect his own experience on the streets, and he is an inspiration to other inmates, as well as those on the outside. He is scheduled to be released in 2008. Each of Quentin's titles, Hoodwinked, In Cahootz, Contagious and Amongst Thieves have topped bestseller lists. Stained Cotton is Quentin's fifth novel with Triple Crown, and perhaps the most highly anticipated. In the future, Quentin hopes to grow as an author and become a writer of multiple genres. Born in Southeast Washington, D.C and raised in Houston, Texas, T. Styles now resides in Baltimore County, Maryland with her son. She has worked as a massage therapist and is an active participant in dialogues surrounding Health and Wellness. Leo Sullivan is a versatile writer, with Urban Fiction being one of the many genres that he enjoys. In the coming years, Leo hopes to be freed from prison, and looks forward to being a father to his children and a role model to others.
Published June 7, 2007 by Triple Crown Publications. 315 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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