GREEN BAY, Wis. (PRWEB)
February 09, 2022
Larry Johnson, a Milwaukee native recently released by the Wisconsin Department of Corrections after serving a 25-year sentence, has completed his new book, “Making a Gangsta: Forgive Me, Father, for I Have Sinned”: a captivating work and powerful page-turner to its jaw-dropping conclusion.
Slow L was marked for death at a young age when his stepfather is murdered and his mother shot in front of him. Eight years have passed and they are still trying to outrun this tragedy, haunted by it at every step. Lack of confidence got him off the porch a little earlier than most kids. Once he learned that the streets of Milwaukee had real people acting as animals and orangutans among the living, he then knew he had to adapt to the Mil-jungle, or be peeled or eaten alive. No one was trustworthy, not a priest, not the police, not his childhood friends, not his closest relatives. They made him a gangsta without any explanation.
Published by Page Publishing, Larry Johnson’s captivating book is a great choice for readers avid urban fiction.
Readers wishing to discover this captivating work can purchase “Making a Gangsta: Forgive Me, Father, for I Have Sinned” in bookstores worldwide, or online at Apple’s iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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