Starr Child in America Ray Baker

ISBN: 9781425121020

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376 pages


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Starr Child in America  by  Ray Baker

Starr Child in America by Ray Baker
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This is a psychological thriller, an urban tale of an inner city youth from St Louis Mo. who became known to the under world as Starr. His father was a minister and his mother a missionary. He was raised in the church and sang professional gospel asMoreThis is a psychological thriller, an urban tale of an inner city youth from St Louis Mo.

who became known to the under world as Starr. His father was a minister and his mother a missionary. He was raised in the church and sang professional gospel as a young man. His mother died when he was eight years old and afterwards he was relocated to Oakland California where he resided with his oldest brother. It was then that his morbid education began regarding the realities of the mean streets.

The trauma and devastation he suffered as a motherless child- coupled with his removal from everything he knew as home, catapulted him into the abyss of psychological debilitation.Experience the struggle to replace his pain with happiness and live up to the promises he made his mother on her death bed. Witness the growth of his friendship with a ruthless drug kingpin who befriended him and infected him with his delusional, maniacal brand of reality which pulled Starr deeper into the quicksand of sin. Journey with him as hes handed the reigns of a notorius organization known as (Section-C) Feel the struggle as he battles his paradoxical morality to recapture his soul.



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