Murderville: First of a Trilogy (1)

Murderville: First of a Trilogy (1) by Ashley Coleman, JaQuavis Coleman 1936399008 9781936399000
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New York Times bestselling authors Ashley & JaQuavis bring you the first in the Murderville trilogy, exploring the cruel underground world of human trafficking that takes control of lives and love is a long-lost hope, but for Liberty and Ashai, nothing short of death could separate the two--but when their past street life comes back to haunt them, theres nothing they can do but accept their fate.

Two children from Sierra Leone, Liberty and Ashai, are brought together by chance only to be forced apart by the most inevitable and tragic fate--sold as slaves into the human trafficking world. Ashley and JaQuavis bring us this classic love story set against modern lifes most horrifying realities.

Liberty is dying of a fatal heart condition, though she desperately wants to survive until her 25th birthday when her sister has promised to visit her. Ashai blames himself for not protecting Liberty, but all Liberty asks is for Ashai to tell her a story, to help her remember what brought them to this point. He knows that this is the last story he will ever tell and the last she will ever hear.

As Liberty lies dying, Ashai walks her though their past, reliving their ill-fated journeys through the streets. Their story takes them from an arranged marriage, through Mexicos drug cartel, child brothels, hustling in Detroit, to escaping the high-powered heads of L.A.s underworld. But ultimately, this is a story of love and redemption that will leave you breathless from the unpredictable and mind-blowing ending.

Author: Ashley Coleman, JaQuavis Coleman

Language: English

Edition: Original

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 288

Publisher: Cash Money Content

Publication Date: 2011-07-26


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