The Black Don (Part 1)

The Black Don Part Don Thomas Marshall The Black Don of south side Capitol City cast a shadow larger than life Loved by the entire south side and respected throughout the criminal underworld no favor was too big or to

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  • Title: The Black Don (Part 1)
  • Author: Douglas L.Smith
  • ISBN: 9781310072581
  • Page: 111
  • Format: ebook
  • Don Thomas Marshall, The Black Don of south side Capitol City cast a shadow larger than life Loved by the entire south side and respected throughout the criminal underworld, no favor was too big or too small for Don Thomas Thomas ruled with compassion, integrity, and when needed an iron fist When Thomas Marshall passed away the entire south side of Capitol City fle Don Thomas Marshall, The Black Don of south side Capitol City cast a shadow larger than life Loved by the entire south side and respected throughout the criminal underworld, no favor was too big or too small for Don Thomas Thomas ruled with compassion, integrity, and when needed an iron fist When Thomas Marshall passed away the entire south side of Capitol City flew their flags at half mast out of respect for the man who was the unofficial mayor of the south side Just prior to his death, his grandson Donald Donny Mega Marshall was handed the reins of the Marshall Family empire At 25 years old Donald became a millionaire overnight By age 30 Donald was a multimillionaire turning the Marshall Family into a money making machine with its hands in several lucrative business operations The one thing that money could not buy was a way out of the large shadow still cast by his grandfather Follow Donny Mega as he begins his journey out of his grad pops shadow and forges his own identity and legacy Follow Donny as he creates his own vision for underworld supremacy, with his own unique style of diplomacy and tact Follow Donald Marshall as he sets the course of The Marshall Family Legacy.

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    1. Not your standard hood drama, this story is sort of American Gangster meets The Godfather. Soul food infused with plenty of oregano and basil. You can see the inner workings of the mob architecture and how that defines the main character and his ideals, and it plays central to the storyline. But the biggest thing is, the author took the time to flesh out the characters and back story to bring you into this sordid tale. The dialogue doesn't seem forced, it seems very realistic and free flowing. A [...]

    2. What a delightfully good read The Black Don was! Douglas Smith has an elegant writing style that he uses to tell this story about the Marshall Crime Family. His descriptions of the businesses and the people in the south and west sides of Capitol City were so real that you could almost feel the vibes. The dialogue was sharp and not a word was wasted. He drew me into the lives of the characters and made them real. The author skillfully made you like the characters you were supposed to like, intens [...]

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