- By Jamal Lewis

Project Terror

  • Title: Project Terror
  • Author: Jamal Lewis
  • ISBN: 9781939665201
  • Page: 247
  • Format: Paperback
  • Project Terror In a street war there s always a body to be discovered Lamar Dunken is a dedicated monster who presents the perfect image of a street terrorist He knows how to respond when a desperate crisis threate

    In a street war, there s always a body to be discovered.Lamar Dunken is a dedicated monster who presents the perfect image of a street terrorist He knows how to respond when a desperate crisis threatens his operation, and he exacts horrifying tactics to get things under control.FBI Special Agent Livingston is faced with the serious task of investigating Lamar s tactics whIn a street war, there s always a body to be discovered.Lamar Dunken is a dedicated monster who presents the perfect image of a street terrorist He knows how to respond when a desperate crisis threatens his operation, and he exacts horrifying tactics to get things under control.FBI Special Agent Livingston is faced with the serious task of investigating Lamar s tactics while connecting killings start to terrorize Philadelphia and the surrounding suburbs Also, a violent criminal locked behind bars a year before Lamar was even born is back on the streets and looking for him Lamar is forced to call on his deepest strength to face his accusers and ensure that the values that he holds most dear will survive The nightmare has begun.Again.And, over again.

    1 thought on “Project Terror

    1. Terrific Story Plot First time reading a book from this author Jamal Lewis. Great storyline kept my interest lots of twist and turns. Definitely would recommend this book and authors to others. Keep them coming Jamal hope there's a part 2 to this book. With this book the streets will definitely be talking about this author.

    2. Deep book about urban living in Philadelphia; but, what happens when a FBI agent moves in under the guise of being another hoodlum terrorizing the community. Full of guns, robberies, drugs, and mayhem.

    3. They say that street lit is dead and that it is all the same content across the genre. That may be true, and not relevant here, because Project Terror is a true crime thriller, and not on the same level of street fiction.The story line covers Lamar and his cronnies, as they shoot, rob and sell drugs. Now that seems typical, but they have a problem: an undercover agent has moved into their housing projects, chronoling everything that they do. The agent is not just reporting what he sees to his FB [...]

    4. A hot story. Pure heat for the streets or crime thriller lovers. Man, Jamal can write and the storyline was a little refreshing. His story has an urban feel, but the FBI investigation is shown, making the novel more suspenseful. That is what sets this book apart from the rest of the pack. Jamal's ability to highlight what investigators are doing and how they are catching up with the bad guys is intriguing. It was like Law & Order with the character's family lives being shown.Must read if you [...]

    5. (Disclaimer: I got a copy from the publisher. Does not affect my review in any way)Review: I am surprised I liked it. I am not normally one to go for the gangster type of book. I did find it a bit hard to follow what they were saying but that had more to do with being dyslexic than anything. The sex, drug and violence is pretty detailed, be aware of that if this may be a problem for you.Just liked how it kept switching around, you thought it was going one way, then it went another. I also like h [...]

    6. Jamal, I do not know how to reach you. I never received this book! I take my membership and reviewing books for , etc. VERY seriously. I ALWAYS leave a review for a book that I have received and read. I accidentally hit the received book button (only because it used to toggle to received/not received and now it doesn't seem to do that), anyways I would like to read this book and leave a review if that is still possible. Please, I would never receive a book and not leave a review, I find that rud [...]

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