Low Road

Low Road

The Life and Legacy of Donald Goines

Book - 2004
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Donald Goines was a pimp, a truck driver, a heroin addict, a factory worker, and a career criminal. He was also one of the world's most popular black contemporary writers. Having published sixteen novels, Goines's unique brand of street narrative' and 'ghetto realism' mark him as the original street writer. Now, in the first in-depth biography, Allen explores exactly how one man could make the transition from street hustler to bestselling author. With exclusive access to personal letters, photographs and the accounts of family members, Allen uncovers the real Goines.'
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2004
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780312291242
Branch Call Number: Biography B Goi


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