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Street Ties

Jeffrey W. Bellamy Jr.

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Street Ties is a short story of 3 that plunged into the gritt of Indianapolis, Indiana . The author takes us through a journey of two cousins who are Born in Haughville USA who would fight to hold their own claim in the drug game like their deceased fathers. Unbeknownst to them both, higher powers has been guiding their paths through the shadows since they tried to sell their first nickel bag on 10nth and Tremont Pharoph Dyson takes us on an adventure of sex , drugs, loyalty, Family and a decade of lies and deceit, only to suffer heartache from the same game that so long ago took his father and uncle , death is something we can never avoid …but in the meantime let’s ballout...

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Jeffrey Bellamy, Urban, Street Ties, Fiction