The Syndicate - trade paperback
The Syndicate by Brick and Storm
Then, one dreadful day, it all comes to a crashing halt. Claudette is walking to the bus stop from the juvenile correction center where she volunteers her time, and she is gunned down in a seemingly random drive-by shooting. In the blink of an eye, Claudette’s kids are without a parent once again, and their lives will never be the same. They now own a house, and a $500,000 insurance policy is to be split between eight kids. However, they soon discover that they have also inherited enemies no one knew existed in Claudette’s world.
Uncle Snap was well aware of those enemies, and after one of the children happens upon a lockbox with keys, codes, and monetary figures, Uncle Snap presents them with a video Mama has left, revealing the truth about her nefarious activities. A secret bunker underneath the house opens their eyes. It is filled with money, drugs, and specific directions from Claudette, who built an empire from the ground up. “The Syndicate” is what Uncle Snap calls it, and since Claudette is dead, it is up to the kids to keep it going.
The Syndicate is a criminal enterprise that traffics millions of dollars of drugs throughout the United States. From the Port of Miami to the border of Canada, The Syndicate is a force to be reckoned with. Unbeknownst to them, Claudette has been training every one of them for this moment. She honed in on each of their skills to develop them to the fullest. Now one of them must step up to become the leader, so they can take over the Syndicate and run this city.
About the authors:
Filled with sex, lies, love, and lust, Brick and Storm’s works are sure to keep you gamed. Their hit stories, Hood Misfits 1-4, show that E.N.G.A isn’t just a phrase, but it’s life. From Atlanta, Brick & Storm have lived many of the stories they share. They spend their time working in the community, and hope to continue to share their stories and create memorable characters.
- Author: Brick and Storm
- Published: Apr 2016
- trade paperback
- size: 5 x 8
- pages: 288