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Anthony Whyte’s Ghetto Girls series has garnered critical acclaim and legions of fans for its portrayals of adolescent street life. In the latest installment, Coco, an up-and-coming singer, finds her fortune taking a turn for the worst just as she’s on the brink of fame. Struggling with both her own potential handicap and her mother’s precarious sobriety, she calls on her friend Deedee to help decode an enigmatic message from Miss Katie. Meanwhile, Deedee is in a quandary of her own. She’s discovered that her uncle is having an affair with Josephine, a girl her own age, and sets her sights on reuniting him with his former fiancée. Further complications arise as police pursue Coco’s record producer, dead-set on framing him for a multiple murder plot. As tensions escalate, this street-smart drama speeds to an explosive and shocking finale.
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About the Author
Anthony Whyte is an Essence best selling author and founder of Augustus Publishing and Street Literature Review Magazine the voice of Hip Hop literature. Mr. Whyte is a highly respected and renowned author in the Hip Hop fiction genre. His list of published works includes: Ghetto Girls, Ghetto Girls Too, Ghetto Girls 3: Soo Hood, the Streets of New York series and Blackout based on the BET and Paramount Pictures film. Mr. Whyte’s titles combined have sold more than 175,000 copies nationwide. He currently is working on his next novel, Street Chic. He’s a former military officer and spent over ten years in the US army. He was a social worker for the Department of Social Services for New York City’s Child Protective services. Whyte graduated from Lehman College in the Bronx and is an outstanding member of the Tuesday Night Writers’ Workshop, conducted by Susan Shapiro and NYU School of Continuing Education.