Born in Detroit, Michigan, Donald Goines (1936-1974) was an African-American writer of urban fiction. A career criminal and drug addict who took up writing during one of his seven prison sentences, Goines’s books are now recognized as almost unbearably authentic portraits of the roughest aspects of the black experience. In addition to his Kenyatta series, written under the pen name Al C. Clark, Goines published a number of stand-alone novels, including Dopefiend, Whoreson, and others.

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Whoreson
Dopefiend
Black Girl Lost
Street Players
White Man's Justice, Black Man's Grief
Kenyatta's Escape
Inner City Hoodlum
Never Die Alone
Kenyatta's Last Hit
Death List
Cry Revenge
Swamp Man
Black Gangster
Daddy Cool
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Title: Whoreson, Author: Donald Goines
Title: Dopefiend, Author: Donald Goines
Title: Black Girl Lost, Author: Donald Goines
Title: Street Players, Author: Donald Goines
Title: White Man's Justice, Black Man's Grief, Author: Donald Goines
Title: Kenyatta's Escape, Author: Donald Goines
Title: Inner City Hoodlum, Author: Donald Goines
Title: Never Die Alone, Author: Donald Goines
Title: Kenyatta's Last Hit, Author: Donald Goines
Title: Death List, Author: Donald Goines
Title: Cry Revenge, Author: Donald Goines
Title: Swamp Man, Author: Donald Goines
Title: Black Gangster, Author: Donald Goines
Title: Daddy Cool, Author: Donald Goines
Title: Eldorado Red, Author: Donald Goines
Title: Crime Partners, Author: Donald Goines