‘New American Pawn Shop’ By K Arlington Andrews

This is a tale about lecherous people who live and die on the city streets. It’s about the innocent and the wicked and how they hustle to maintain. Survival is
day to day and off the chain.
Meet Louie, a street smart brother motivated by easy money; Ms Sarah, the elderly woman who lives across the street with a shady past; Gina with the banging body who launders money for her mobster sugar daddy; or Eugene, the new store manager who is desperately trying to hide his dirty little secret.
And on the day when the Pawn shop is robbed, their fragile existences colide and nothing will ever be the same

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