This is a story of love, family, community and the fight for justice. We are taken on a journey through the tragic events that occur within two African American families and a Cuban American family. Their lives are turned upside down by one single event involving their young sons. All of them share the same tragedy and hope for justice. Through the lead of a very powerful African American woman, who shares in these families’ injustices, the struggle begins. With her commitment and determination nothing seems to get in her way! This story shows us love, family and community can survive no matter what takes place in life’s journey! Take this journey to be inspired and empowered! Be a part of the fight for “Justice for Young Male Lives!”
Five Star Review on Amazon By lysette
Excellent book. Easy to read and keeps you in suspense to continue reading. Great ending. Look forward to continue reading more of this author’s books!!
About the Author
I am the youngest of four siblings. I grew up in New York’s “Hell’s Kitchen” and attended Catholic grade and high schools. I graduated from Pace University with a B.B.A. degree in M.I.S.
I was a very shy child and often would not speak. My way of communicating was to nod my head or shrug my shoulders. As a young child I was always better at expressing my inner feelings and thoughts through writing. In education I did take creative writing classes in high school and college with the hopes of maybe someday pursuing a writing career. As life would have it, my direction in life took me in the opposite direction, and I began my professional life in business. Now retired I decided to pursue the dream of writing. Today I write fiction that touches our lives personally and as a community.