• Murderville 2

  • The Epidemic
  • By: Ashley, JaQuavis
  • Narrated by: Cary Hite
  • Length: 9 hrs and 51 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (1,664 ratings)

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Murderville 2

By: Ashley, JaQuavis
Narrated by: Cary Hite
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Publisher's summary

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 Publishing, and Urban Audiobooks

Critic reviews

"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)