New York Times best-selling authors Ashley and JaQuavis are back with the second installment in the epic Murderville series. Love, murder, loyalty, and money fill this hood tale as they continue this international street saga.
With Samad’s target on her back, Liberty must survive the harsh streets alone. But when a chance encounter pushes her into the arms of a new friend, Po, the two take on the California kingpin - and step full force into the game. As bullets and sparks fly, the unlikely pair embarks on a serendipitous journey back to where it all started: Sierra Leone. With a new overseas connection, Po sees an opportunity that is too good to pass up. When his pursuit of the American dream conflicts with Liberty’s past, will they be able to survive, or will the drug empire that they’ve built together come crashing down?
Ashley & JaQuavis are the New York Times best-selling duo responsible for the popular Cartel series. They live in Flint, Michigan, where they are working on future projects.
©2012 Ashley & JaQuavis (P)2012 Blackstone Audio, Inc., and Buck 50 Productions, LLC
"Their work has been regarded as some of the premiere titles that have led the way for this growing phenomenon of gritty tales." (Urban Book Source, praise for the authors)
This is another one for the books! They straight knocked this one out the park; I am anxiously awaiting the trilogy, book three! The narrator did it so0 much justice. Liberty was so naive. Dahlia so sinister and the dudes were so weak by females, I just wonder if it is true (how weak a woman can make a man). Just read this one, it’s awesome.
Way better than the first one. Poor Liberty can't catch a break and for all women that read this book I hope you learn a lesson. Never invite another woman into your your house to stay around your man.
This book is another masterpiece from Ashley and jaQuavis. I couldn't put it down. In the car on the way to work from work all day long.
Can't wait to listen to part 3.
Excellent reader too!!
this book was very good that's why I ordered the next book, Ashley & JaQuavis are excellent writers; when a book keeps my attention that means it is great
The main characters are still alive after such touchier
I liked how the character development was continued effectively from the first book to this second book.
Not sure, perhaps to a book written by K'wan or De'Nesha Diamond.
My favorite Liberty, of course.
In Pursuit of Liberty
What can I say, this one kept my attention. Growing up in Detroit, some of the best parts of the story truly comes from real life. With that said, there is enough lighter moments thrown in to develop the characters. I typically listen to the audio books on my walk/bus/walk commute to work. I had a hard time putting this down!
Exciting & nail-bitter
I liked this story best because it was more exciting than the first I could not stop! Very good.
All characters, Cary Hite is a very good narrator. He does so well.
Dahlia, she is so cut throat, unreal.
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