Like a window shopper in a huge mall, author Charles Threat gazes into several people’s lives, all of whom call the streets of Niagara Falls, New York home. This book tells their stories, raw and uncensored as seen through the eyes of... The Window Shopper. Follow Bridgette, … More »
Like a window shopper in a huge mall, author Charles Threat gazes into several people’s lives, all of whom call the streets of Niagara Falls, New York home. This book tells their stories, raw and uncensored as seen through the eyes of... The Window Shopper. Follow Bridgette, the young beautiful blonde from Canada as she try's to find happiness and rehabilitation from a strong addiction to sex, abuse and crack cocaine. She has a beautiful baby girl by the tall dark and handsome Christopher Daniels. But, motherhood is too much, too soon for her and she vanishes, leaving the child in the care of Christopher. Chris marries the beautiful Nae Nae and they too have a precious baby girl, a sister for Bridgette’s child. Chris and Nae Nae become the model Black family. But, when Bridgette’s best friend is brutally raped and killed, Bridgette returns to Niagara Falls. How will Bridgette’s coming back home effect Chris and Nae Nae's marriage? Elsewhere in Niagara Falls, other things are happening. What horrifying scheme has the man called Black and his henchmen concocted? What role does Bruno a huge pitbull play in the scheme? Who are Stokes and the Canadian women that he befriends? And who are they looking for as they travel the streets of the city? How does Cedric and his drug slinging crew stumble upon the come-up of a lifetime? The answers to these questions and the fate of these people unfold in “The Window Shopper.” Read this book and take a look into another world.
In Black Roses, Rose is a tortured youngster and victim of a molester and psychotic foster parent. Flower, the career veteran and mentor of abuse makes contact with Black Rose and attempts to save the kid's premature life. When things seem like the are headed in the right direction, disaster strikes in the form of curiosity and a bad choice. Suddenly Black Rose is forced to deal with past Demons with the hope of overcoming an internal struggle of mental and emotional control. Black Roses is more graphic, more profound and more sexually charged than the original. Clearly, Black Rose is unlike anything put together since Flower's Bed part I.
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