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Thin Line: A Child's Eyes Never Lie

Thin Line: A Child's Eyes Never Lie (Paperback)

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In Thin Line, the police code of silence is tested when officer Rita Sanchez's eight-year-old son, Shareef, witnesses the murder of his grandmother and other family members. The next day he is hauled off to the precinct and questioned inappropriately by the police after he's involved in a riot at school. At the precinct, he recognizes a cop as one of the assailants from the murder scene, which begins this gripping tale of deception, graft, and murder - and a young boy's loss of innocence and coming of age.

Fiction & PoetryModern & contemporary fiction post c 1945 Publisher: Augustus Publishing, Div of Augustus Productions Publication Date: 23/07/2013 ISBN-13: 9780982541524  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Anthony Whyte is an Essence bestselling author and founder of Augustus Publishing and Street Literature Review Magazine: The Voice of Hip Hop Literature. He is a highly respected and renowned author in the Hip Hop fiction genre. His list of published works includes: Ghetto Girls, Ghetto Girls Too, Ghetto Girls 3: Soo Hood, the Streets of New York series and Blackout based on the BET and Paramount Pictures film. Whyte's titles combined have sold more than 175,000 copies nationwide. Whyte spent over ten years in the U.S. army and was a social worker for the Department of Social Services for New York City's Child Protective Services. He is a graduate of Lehman College in the Bronx and is currently working on his next novel, Street Chic. He lives in New York City.

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