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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:African American & Black / Erotica
  • Language:English
  • Pages:699
  • eBook ISBN:9781483505657

Lil Sweets

by Odie Hawkins

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A Kathrina survivor goes from rags to riches and tells us how he did it.
There is a gray/foggy area in this dynastic line that deserves closer study, but we can definitely say that Mr. Duke Mansion is the father of this modern line of pimps in this socio-psycho/bio study. And then his son, "Sweet Peter Deeder", who begat "Sweet Peter Deeder II aka Mr. Sweets", who begat "Lil' Sweets". Lil' Sweets is the final distillation of a pimping dynasty. Lil' Sweets, deeply influenced by his study of the Kama Sutra and Machiavelli's "The Prince", offers us a candid, but literate explanation of how the tradition of African-American pimping got started. What makes a superior pimp, an excellent hoe -- the future of these two professions? "Lil' Sweets" sticks a lot of tongue in both cheeks, but there is always a solid layer of truth to be uncovered after the ghetto skin is peeled back. Rumor has it that there is a "Baby Sweets", "Mo' Sweets" and "Sugar Sweets" on the way. Just a rumor, but who knows.
About the author
Odie Hawkins an alumnus of the Watts Writers Workshop, (established by Budd Schulberg). His instructors were Louise Meriwether, John . W. Bloch, Al Jenner, Robert Lewin and Harlan Ellison. Hawkins is the author of twenty-eight novels, website: www.odiehawkins.com or google his name