Magic City By Trick Daddy

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Magic City By Trick Daddy
?A thug is someone who stands on his own. He lives by the decisions he makes and accepts the consequences. A thug is comfortable in his own skin. I wear mine like a glove.?  Trick Daddy was born a thug?just a stone?s throw from downtown Miami, yet a world away from its dazzling beauty and sparkling wealth. Where grinding poverty, deadly crime, and devastating racial tension taught kids to live by the ?hood rules. RemarkabLy, Trick came from nothing and made it big just when his chances had run out. Magic City is the extraordinary tale of a boy whose father was a pimp, who learned to hustle to survive, and whose only role model was his brother, the drug dealer he watched plying his trade on the block. It?s the untold truth behind the cult movie Scarface, of the drug money that transformed the city into a shining mecca for the rich and famous while turf wars between smalltime pushers claimed countless lives. It?s also the incredible story of how that potent mixt…

The Collected Writings of Zelda Fitzgerald By Zelda Fitzgerald

The Collected Writings of Zelda Fitzgerald By Zelda Fitzgerald
The Collected Writings of Zelda Fitzgerald By Zelda Fitzgerald

This comprehensive collection of Zelda Fitzgerald?s work?including her only published novel, Save Me the Waltz?puts the jazz-age heroine in an illuminating literary perspective.Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald has long been an American cultural icon. Born in Montgomery, Alabama, this southern belle turned flapper was talented in d

Ance, painting, and writing but lived in the shadow of her husband F. Scott Fitzgerald?s success.This meticulously edited collection includes Zelda?s only published novel, Save Me the Waltz, an autobiographical account of the Fitzgeralds? adventures in Paris and on the Riviera; her celebrated farce, Scandalabra; eleven short stories; twelve articles; and a selection of letters to her husband, written over the span of their marriage, that reveals the couple?s loving and turbulent relationship. The Collected Writings affirms Zelda?s place as a writer and as a symbol of the Lost Generations as she struggled to define herself through her art


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