by S. W. Smith
Lawyer Nina Jones knew the street game well. She is a smart street savvy young woman whose life is full of drama from the day she was born. Her mother was a prostitute and a dope fiend who did time at Angola State Penitentiary and upon her release overdosed on heroin. Nina is turned over to her grandmother who resides in one of the worst housing projects in New Orleans. From there she learns how to hustle, doing whatever it takes to make a living. She especially likes pleasing men as well as herself.
Nina played the streets like a pro. She played it even better to get through law school. She kept it up to make her practice grow. Now Nina finds the game has turned against her. A number of her associates turn up dead and Nina doesn't know who to trust. Can Nina still play the game to win?
Paperback: 244 pages