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THE ART OF THE DEAL
13 ½ Inches Of Manhood
The Author Mr. De
About the Book
HOT SIZZLING SEXUAL SATISFACTION
Who would have thought a super fine black solider, a stunning rich black doctor, his wife, and her friend could get caught up in a steamy, dominant, sexual romance that would later blow up like a dynamite. Sexual Desires Unleashed! The most refined, exclusive, and conservative quatro would have a sexual appetite like an animal in heat. This book is for those who are seeking to release a prohibited sexual appetite that can no longer be contained. This book will provide you with a sexual stimulation that will spark a revolution and allow you to experience such erotic mental sex like never before. Everyone will enjoy a new sexual encounter of a different kind! Sit back, get in a quiet private place, and let it happen.
“The Art of The Deal” and Subtitle “13 1/2 Inches of Black Manhood” is an intense Sexual Romance Novel that promotes a safe place for a highly mental self-stimulation through fantasizing and mental imagery. The characters are so well developed and intertwined until the plot structure will transition the reader from an amazing commencement of sexual expectation to a physical and perceptual full-throttle climax. THE AUTHOR MR. DE Has written an Explosive mesmerizing romantic thriller! Mr. De is a well-rounded author who is very capable of stimulating the mental and sexual state of mind to a climaxing resolution. The Author Mr. De’s Scandalous emotional seduction is realistically tempting and appealing to both women and men. In the book “13 ½ inches of Black Manhood,” Mr. De transitions his readers from sex appeal to sensual seduction, to sexual satisfaction, ultimately to an intensive sexual climax. The four characters in this book are nothing short of “Aphrodisiacs” in their own rights. “The Art of The Deal” aka “13 ½ inches of Black Manhood” will surely satisfy any sexual urge or appetite. It is arousing and engaging, with certainty to bring pleasure and desire without any inhibitions. Very Highly Recommended!
About the Author
Has written an Explosive mesmerizing romantic thriller! Mr. De is a well-rounded author who is very capable of stimulating the mental and sexual state of mind to a climaxing resolution. The Author Mr. De’s Scandalous emotional seduction is realistically tempting and appealing to both women and men. In the book “13 ½ inches of Black Manhood,” Mr. De transitions his readers from sex appeal to sensual seduction, to sexual satisfaction, ultimately to an intensive sexual climax. The four characters in this book are nothing short of “Aphrodisiacs” in their own rights. “The Art of The Deal” aka “13 ½ inches of Black Manhood” will surely satisfy any sexual urge or appetite. It is arousing and engaging, with certainty to bring pleasure and desire without any inhibitions. Very Highly Recommended!”
The biography of William H. Brummit, M.D., Civil Rights Activist, Forgotten Legend and KKK Survivor
Houston Brummit, MD
About the Book
TALLADEGA DAYS is an intriguing biography of a complex, nineteenth century man who presented at least three faces to the world: a public face of hard-earned competency and at least two private faces of varying degrees of intimacy and supportiveness to what might be characterized as “family.” The story is set against the background of hard times in an agrarian, segregated South, and a countervailing, but quite possibly, equally racist North. Dr. Houston Brummit’s recounting of the life and times of Dr. William Brummit is interspersed with personal interpretations of historic events—including his Ku Klux Klan assault and abduction. This one, resurrected life gives those of us who wonder about post-racial America time to reflect on the extraordinary spirit of those Americans of color, like William H. Brummit, who, in spite of their own failings and the threats made to their lives and liberties, insisted upon respect despite the devastating cost.
—CLAUDEWELL S. THOMAS, M.D., MPH
Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences
David Geffen School of Medicine, UCLA
Distinguished Life Fellow
Drawing on public sources, oral history, and a rich trove of personal correspondence, Brummit reveals the struggles and triumphs of a family deeply affected by the racial hierarchy of the early twentieth century South but not broken by it. The life of the author’s grandfather, William H. Brummit, reminds us that even during the “nadir of American race relations,” African Americans vigorously pursued equality, maintaining their dignity and often achieving success in a social environment built upon and structured to preserve a belief in Black inferiority.
—JACQUELINE AKINS, PH.D.
Chair, Department of History, Philosophy and Religion Studies
Community College of Philadelphia
Houston Brummit’s genealogy provides a visual storyline of his 1869 patrilineal connection to his grandfather, Dr. William H. Brummit; his slave roots in Talladega, Alabama; and his grandfather’s resultant escape to Chicago, Illinois, at the provocation of the Ku Klux Klan in 1924. Captured in monologues rather than literary prose style, TALLADEGA DAYS is valuable in its chronology, oral history, and cinematic currency. Not since Alex Haley’s Roots has an author given voice to an ancestry that records a family’s scope of humanity on the American landscape from both sides of the social and color spectrum. Not only does Brummit lay a framework for a screenplay that balances the scales on entertainment’s view of American black life, but also, his ancestral voices provide a paradigmatic shift from what the industry has come to accept as traditional events in black life. And in this shift, we find a biography that is accessible to a universal audience.
—TY COLLINS, BA, MFA
Independent producer/director, South Carolina Film Commission
Member of the Charleston Jazz Initiative/Avery Institute—College of Charleston
About the Author
Houston Brummit is retired and resides in New York City. In addition to professional articles, he has written an assortment of musical dramas and plays including Makin It, Theatre of Suggestion, Too Late for Tears, as well as published novels entitled Meshuggah? and Talladega Days.
Kill Abby White! Now!
About the Book
Huesing’s new historical spy thriller, “”Kill Abby White! Now!”” has been released and is now available as an audio book in addition to print copies and eBook.
Abby White and her fellow interns at the Chicago Tribune set out to find the big scoop to cap their collegiate careers, but they find themselves embroiled in a deadly run-in with the mafia that will follow them around the globe. Circumstances persuade them to enter the world of spying as Europe marches toward World War II. The book delivers fast-paced, action-packed prose from Chicago’s Capone to Hitler’s Berlin.
There are several meetings between Foreign Correspondent, Abby White, and Adolf Hitler that have intriguing and revealing dialogues which are one of the many highlights of this great read.
Al Capone, and later Hitler, both say “”Kill Abby White! Each has his own reason for seeing her dead.
About the Author
C. Bernard Huesing graduated from Purdue University with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and an M.S. in Business and Finance from the Krannert Graduate School of Management at Purdue. He was a consultant and CPA (IN #4414) with international accounting firms for more than ten years, He then owned and managed small manufacturing firms in the Midwest and founded a precision machining company.