Essence best-selling author Victor McGlothin's knack for crafting superb noir fiction was showcased in the Black Expressions' selection Borrow Trouble. With this sensational novel, McGlothin brings back notorious hustler Baltimore Floyd for more seamy intrigue. In 1947 St. Louis, Ms. Etta's is the place where a sinner can get all the boozy action he craves-that is until ladies' man Baltimore Floyd rolls into town and falls in the sack with the wrong woman.
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by Mary Monroe, Victor McGlothin
by Victor McGlothin
by Franklin White
by Carl Weber, Treasure Hernandez
by Carole Boston Weatherford
by Travis Hunter
by Jonah Winter
by Walter Dean Myers
by David Fuller
"Victor McGlothin weaves a sophisticated, sexy story set in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1947. When playboy/hustler Baltimore Floyd comes to town, so does trouble. Ultimately, the black community must determine if it has the courage to prevent a mob's injustice. Ezra Knight seems an unlikely candidate to narrate an audiobook so fully populated by females. His smoky bass is perfectly evocative of the era and the novel's male characters, but you expect that his voice won't work well for the female characters. However, Knight gives each character a unique vocalization, so distinct that you forget no one speaks above the alto range. A remarkable ensemble populates this work, each one enhanced by Ezra Knight. P.R. (c) AudioFile 2010, Portland, Maine"
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