Take Over on the West Side

by James Frazier


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Softcover
£15.95
Hardcover
£23.95
Softcover
£15.95

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 07/10/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 208
ISBN : 9781796059335
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 208
ISBN : 9781796059342

About the Book

This book will probably have its greatest significance among persons who live in one of our large major cities. Yet it can be read and enjoyed by everyone who loves good stories. This is the second publication by the author James Al Frazier after his five star rated DEER ON THE PARKWAY. This narrative actually is based on non-fiction events in the life of the author. But the climax of the story has undergone enhancements, embellishments, and plot alterations however to the extent of becoming fiction. As the protagonist becomes more involved with his new career after college, he finds that the pressures of working with others in his field are bringing him to a point of compromise that he had not foreseen. Additionally, he is met with the problem of settling into a decent neighborhood. To his amazement he finds that drugs and street gangs play such a major role in his environment, he must scamper his way in and around their population in order to function each day. Readers will be astonished by the takeover of a city run projects building by gangsters. This book makes for very exciting reading. It entails characterizations, settings, and plots which the average man on the streets would never imagine.


About the Author

James Alpheus Frazier was born in Savannah Georgia and a member of the baby boomers generation. There is where he attended public schools. His abilities in athletics earned him scholarships to college. His good grades earned offers in academics. He chose instead to attend junior college while living with relatives in New York. He eventually accepted a basketball grant to a college in Baltimore. He majored in English Literature where his greatest interests reside. After graduating as a dean's list student, he went back to Georgia and became a radio journalist. He joined his brother and others once again in New York where he was a H.S. teacher for nine years. It was later in Georgia however that his lifelong ambition to be a writer took its current identity. James abandoned all the ideas he contrived while living in NYC and let DEER ON THE PARKWAY come into frame.