The Cartel series is back...and deadlier than ever.
Las Vegas: a city built on obscene wealth and corrupt deals, cunning entrepreneurs, and the ruthless mob. The Cartel's plan to open a casino will rake in cash, but it comes with great sacrifice. The stakes have never been this high, and the rules of the game have never been this hard to manipulate. And when one dead girl, one scorned wife, and one hole in the desert launch a chain of catastrophic events, the Cartel is sent on a downward spiral as they battle the Arabian mob and fight traitors within their circle.
Will the Cartel prevail...or fall victim to the city's black cloud? If there's one rule in the town of Vegas, it's that when the dust settles, there can be only one winner.
©2016 Ashley & JaQuavis (P)2016 Blackstone Audio, Inc., and Buck 50 Productions, LLC
I absolutely loved this. It was well worth the wait. I was worried at first about one of my favorite characters. I'm not giving any of this book away, just know it was worth the wait!!!
A must read!!!!! This book was awesome from beginning to end, every chapter had a wow moment. I love Ashley & JaQuavis and Cary Hite made the book even more suspenseful!!!!!!!!!!!
Cary Hite is a awesome reader!!!
Carter Diamond without a doubt!!!
Cary Hites one woman/ man show compares to no other! he draws you into the Diamond Cartel with each and every character. Ashley & JaQuavis creators, artist ofgreat street literature... thank you for...the front row seat. can't get enough. "Diamonds are forever"
I love to listen good books. African American urban literature is my favorite. I hope to see them in more BoGo and discount sales.
I absolutely love Ashley & Jaquavis. Cary Hite is exceptional as always. And once again my ears have been satisfied with a great story. I'm waiting on the next one from Ashley & jaquavis. Sitting on pins and needles can't wait!!!!!
LOVED it he has every character down.
When will number 7 be out I hope it wont take years like this one did.
I was so upset from the beginning to the end. I finished in two days because I kept waiting for the book to turn around. I found myself comparing the cartel to a similar book. Well I will wait several years for the next book and I hope it's better.
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