Book Review: The Streets Have No King 

In the streets of Flint, Michigan, Kane Garrett’s name rings bells…until he catches a car and his away for seven years. Upon his return, he finds himself teaching a college course, and meets his protege in Basil. Everything is at Basil’s disposal, except Kane’s daughter Mariah. 
Blood paints the streets when she becomes a casualty of war, and treachery as well as deceit are everywhere. This is the true definition of “Trust No Man!”

This, by far, is one of the best books I’ve read, not just in 2017; but by @realjaquavis in general. I highly recommend it, but suggest that you read catch up with the Cartel series before you do, because there will be a few “special guests” that make an appearance. I wish I could give this book more than 💎💎💎💎💎,because it was just that good! I think I smell another New York Times Bestseller here. 

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