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Essence best-selling author Victor McGlothin's knack for crafting superb noir fiction was showcased in the Black Expressions' selection Borrow Trouble. With this sensational novel, McGlothin brings back notorious hustler Baltimore Floyd for more seamy intrigue.

In 1947 St. Louis, Ms. Etta's is the place where a sinner can get all the boozy action he craves - that is until ladies' man Baltimore Floyd rolls into town and falls in the sack with the wrong woman.

©2007 Victor McGlothin; (P)2008 Recorded Books

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Fantastic!!!

Where to begin? I stumbled upon this book while looking for a romance novel. Let me first say that Ezra Knight can do no wrong when it comes to narration of a book! He is by far one of the best to ever do it. He actually performs the stories. He doesn't just read. Now to the book, this was my first listen by this author. However, it certainly won't be my last. I can't wait to listen to everything he has on Audible. Generally, I don't listen to books without any Audible reviews , but this was a winner! Though there are multiple characters in the book, the character development is so good that you feel like you know each one of them personally. I was invested in each one of the characters lives. I actually cared about what happened to them. Baltimore and Penny were my favorites. Grab this book quick.

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