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Gang Slayer - Mike Axelrod

Paperback Published: 16th August 2011
ISBN: 9781462015931
Number Of Pages: 280

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Gangs are responsible for over 80 percent of the crime in the United States. The cost of gang violence is staggering. In many communities, no one feels safe walking down his or her own streets-and that, Dan Googen feels, is simply too high a cost to pay.

Dan was a soldier, trained in combat overseas. When he returns home to see that his own neighborhood is held captive by a violent invasion force of its own, he springs into action. He goes undercover and begins to live the gangland life. What he doesn't count on is how his life will be affected by the friendships he forms with the members of the gangs. His new secret life is in bitter conflict with his ideals and goals. Can he do what needs to be done-or will these new friendships test his resolve?

While living undercover, Dan befriends Tiny, one of the gang members. With Dan's help, Tiny is able to accomplish the unthinkable: he breaks free from the gangs and enrolls in college. There, he becomes a breakout basketball star; his life is now on an unstoppably positive path. When Tiny's dreams of playing pro ball finally come true, he makes good on his promise to help the kids he left behind in the hood. He comes home, a local hero determined to do anything he can to help.

Tiny receives the answer to his prayers ... but not the one he expected.

ISBN: 9781462015931
ISBN-10: 146201593X
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 280
Published: 16th August 2011
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.86 x 15.24  x 1.6
Weight (kg): 0.41

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