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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Action & Adventure
  • Language:English
  • Pages:90
  • eBook ISBN:9781618421357

Jerome Spear (Is Revenge Really Sweet?)

by Willie O. Wilkins

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Overview
In 1969, Jerome Spear was celebrating his fifth birthday with his father, mother, and sister. After his family had gotten into their car, they were ambushed by gangsters wanting to get revenge on his father who was a very successful police detective at that time. Jerome looked one of the men straight in the eyes. His mother and sister were killed in the attack, only he and his father survived.
Description
In 1969, Jerome Spear was celebrating his fifth birthday with his father, mother, and sister. After his family had gotten into their car, they were ambushed by gangsters wanting to get revenge on his father who was a very successful police detective at that time. Jerome looked one of the men straight in the eyes. His mother and sister were killed in the attack, only he and his father survived. James Spear, (Jerome’s father), had vowed personal revenge against the attackers. He did not trust anybody on the police force anymore so he quit and became a private investigator so that he could legally wage an all out war against the assailants while secretly hiding Jerome until he was big and bad enough to take care of himself. By 1970, James had gotten all but one of the men but he would always tell Jerome he had gotten them all. By 1971 James was living his life as a very successful private investigator still hiding Jerome out but trying every effort to be with him on a weekly basis, (especially his birthdays), never to remarry because of the potential danger he would be putting on a new family. As the years followed, Jerome had developed a personal vendetta against crime, and around his birthday it seemed to be even more intense, so he naturally became a police officer when he grew up. It is 30 years after the shooting, and through his police association, Jerome sees a younger picture of a high-ranking government official who looks exactly like the attacker he saw in 1969. A quick call to his father results in him finding out the truth about one of the men getting away. So James and Jerome use all their skills to try to get the last man who ruined their lives so many years ago.
About the author
Willie O. Wilkins is a business minded professional who grew up in the old school funk era. An actor recording artist, songwriter, jingle writer and dynamic live performer with many years of stage experience under his belt, was voted most talented male in his high school graduating class. He went on to study jazz dance to bring more visual artistry to his performances. Willie later wrote and performed custom jingles for K94 Radio Station in Moyock, North Carolina and Little Joe’s Auto in Chesapeake, Virginia. He followed these projects with his first release entitled “Cosmic Ride”, on 8th Avenue Records under the stage name Willie O. Willie’s national television debut was a mini series entitled, VANISHING SON. Willie has also appeared in various national and international programs produced by New Dominion Pictures located Virgina. He has also appeared in commercials such as Barton Ford Lincoln Mercury and Bank of Hampon Roads. He also play a lead role in a music video by Babbie Mason entitled, “GOD HAS ANOTHER PLAN”, produced by FEATURES INERNATIONAL. Willie has performed with many bands in his hometown such as The Marty gras Band, Zymia, and Quest. The last band that Willie O. performed with was the old school funk show band called Knee Deep, which opened for top funk groups such as Parliament and Lakeside. Willie currently performs with a gospel praise dance group entitled “Men of Praise”.
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