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Deadly-Gangsta “1”


Deadly-Gangsta “1” is the autobiography of Lorenzo Petty, Sr. Mr. Petty has been proclaimed by law enforcement and the news media as one of the most dangerous gangsters that prowled the streets of St. Louis during the 1970’s. Former local newsman, John Auble, included the Petty brothers in his novel, The History of St. Louis Gangsters.

Lorenzo grew up during a time in St. Louis when poverty, degradation, hate, and crime were woven into the landscape of black ghettos. He decided early in life how he would survive: he would employ the laws of the jungle and demand respect. Lorenzo’s life was not unlike that of the multitude of young black males who were trapped in a bottomless pit, and who resorted to criminal behaviors in order to survive and obtain material possessions.

Deadly-Gangsta “1” characterizes descriptively, how a young black man from St. Louis could grow up and become a ‘menace to society’ on the wrong side of the law. The story is honest, edgy, and captivating” -Judge Greg Mathis.

It Is What It Is


Armon and Gary Benson are like yin and yang, total opposites. It’s a wonder why Gary has tried so hard to get his brother on the right track.

With Armon finding love and Gary on his heels about leaving the drug trade once and for all, the final decision is left to Armon. In a world filled with what could be and what ifs, whatever happens just is what it is.

Unforeseen Drama


London Connors takes pride in herself and her job. She has a sense of purpose and security within herself. Her outstanding career as a Nurse Practitioner Counselor has paid off. London manages to provide excellent counseling for everyone that walks through her doors; however, she does not practice what she preaches, for she doesn’t know how to handle the shock of infidelity of her husband Trent. Ultimately she deals with the hurt the best way she knows how…in the arms of another man.