The most part of Goines' 39 years were spent being a pimp, a thief, a bootlegger an armed robber, and a smalltime dope dealer.He tells the tale of his street experiences here in what many fans consider his best book
In this shocking novel of a young girl alone on the streets,Goines dives into tail of the ghetto experience. She found love, the dark, despair-ridden world of a black girl's soul! Rape, murder!
This is the book that launched Donald Goines's career! As Goines puts it, kindness is the sweetest con of all...
Black and Chicano gang lords start a no-holds-barred war in the mean streets of Los Angeles blood filled streets, however "CRY REVENGE" is one of Goines's most complicated and better told stories
Larry Jackson is a hit man better known to his clients as DADDY COOL. He goes after the cowardly pimp that got his daughter and all hell breaks loose
Goines continues the story of crime in the black ghetto begun in CRIME PARTNERS. Kenyatta is back and he's angry at crooked cops and dope dealers who are destroying the lives of ghetto kids
For twenty-three years of his young life, Donald Goines lived in the dark despair-ridden world of the junkie. It started while he was doing military service in Korea. At age 39 he was murdered over a dope deal
When Donald Goines was discharged from the Air Force, he was addicted to heroin. To support his habit he staged a robbery of a local numbers house. And from that experience came his popular ELDORADO RED
After Donald became a successful writer he moved to Los Angeles. He soon knew the streets of Los Angeles as well as the streets of Detroit's. The mean streets of Los Angeles are the focus of this book about violence and revenge
Continuing the saga of Kenyatta begun in CRY REVENGE, Donald has his hero take on an impossible task: cleaning the ghetto of all drug trafficking and putting a stop to the crooked ghetto cops who take bribes from the dealers
The final book in Donald Goines's great Kenyatta Adventure series of black ghetto crime books, This was the last book that Donald Goines wrote
The shocking expose of a drug dealer's rise from the streets to the king of the cocaine mountain. Like most of Donald Goines's books, NEVER DIE ALONE is based on true story. Donald lived and died in the cocaine world
The fourth novel that Donald wrote, is regarding Earl the Black Pearl, he clawed his way to the top and fights to stay there. He is a real mean man
Donald Goines's classic tale, based on the experiences of his own imprisonment, revealing the bigotry built into the American justice and prison system
Goines's masterpiece about a pimp's struggle to survive in Detroit's world of sudden violence and brutal sex. Written in gritty street talk
Donald Goines was all of these things. He started as a kid, the product of a middle-class family. After high school he joined the Navy, and discovered the heroin that would rule the remainder of his life. On the streets, he turned to writing when he was straight enough to keep at it. He used the language of the streets and wrote of the streets and its people. His success was immediate and exciting, But eventually the streets claimed him. He was murdered as he sat writing a new book. Here for the first time is the completed story