New PDF release: The Desert has no King: The Frankie Santos Story

By Frederiko Aguilar

ISBN-10: 1598005944

ISBN-13: 9781598005943

A adolescence Gambler to a Kingpin of a on line casino EmpireIt's a narrative of a tender guy starting to be up within the suburbs of East l. a., Ca. a narrative of what all younger gamblers dream of and few will event, and maybe, live on. Frankie Santos began studying the video games of poker and horse racing on the age of 10 years. At 12 he shared his new devotion along with his fellow classmates by means of getting them keen on poker video games at the institution grounds. In highschool, he persisted to reside within the atmosphere of attempting to make a quick greenback enjoying the horses. As a tender guy in his 20's, he enters right into a trip of massive funds, greed, medicines, and changing into the objective of the Mexican Mafia. he's at the run and in hiding, and discovers one other demanding fast moving trip. by way of nature, he's a compassionate guy, and a protector of fine respectable people who will be in harms manner, particularly relations. From the age of innocence to manhood and the graduation of upward thrust to strength, Frankie Santos didn't comprehend what used to be in his future.

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I parked a few houses away and left the packages of dope and cash in the car until I saw Neil. I very carefully walked up the long driveway and the house appeared to be too dark inside. I didn’t see any well lit rooms through the windows. I went around back towards the pool house. There was a red light flickering through the window. I thought that Neil would keep it low lit so as not to cause any attraction to his family or neighbors. The door was unlocked and I figured he left it opened for me to walk into and wait for him.

Finally I just got some air again. I keep having flashes of those bodies in the pool house. I gotta get out of here. I hate this thunder and rain. I better call the cops…. Fuck it! I’m out of here. I got back to my car all wet. At least I had a towel in my trunk. I cleaned up the best I could.

As she slipped onto my sheepskin covered seat ass first, she gave me that smile again. As she turned facing the steering wheel, her skirt scooted halfway up her tanned thighs. What could be more radiant or exciting than to see this voluptuous dream girl getting into my ‘Babe Mobile’? ” She comments with a mellow tone. My mind is starting to get creative like I’m on an Island with this chick. “I’ll take you for a spin later. ” “They feel so good on my legs,” she says in a confident seductive voice.

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