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Bitter Fruit: The Street Ministry

By: Deborah Martin, Evelyn Martin Woods, York Martin, DeVan Brittenum
Narrated by: Paige Johnson Jones
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Publisher's Summary

Our children are dying at an alarming rate because of gang violence. Bitter Fruit: The Street Ministry is the story of a young 15-year-old teenage girl named Carol who rose in ranks of the Gangster Disciple family organization to become a G-Queen. Destiny thrust Carol into a gangster lifestyle. Fate predetermined the course of events in Carol's life at a very early age. Life introduced her to sexual abuse which caused her to be placed in the foster care system. Carol slid down a slippery slope into the evil perils of gang violence. 

Although the novel is set in 1994, the lives of these characters reveal the same gangster mindset that young people maintain today. Bitter Fruit: The Street Ministry is designed to help children peep into the realm of reality in order to see the horrible acts inflicted on society because of gang violence.

©2013 Devan Brittenum (P)2016 Devan Brittenum

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