Three Black Boys
by Zangba Thomson
Three Black Boys is an edgy novel by Zangba Thomson that is intense as it is pointed and dark.
This vivid, savvy, and altogether street-smart debut marks a bold new voice in literary fiction.
The setting is the Velt, a brutal, overcrowded ghetto, and home to Mrs. Harris, an immigrant plaued with the deadly black fever disease.
With a couple of months to live, Mrs. Harris' only hope of survival is a costly liver transplant, but with no health insurance, the chance of a surgery is slim,
what she needs is a quarter of a million dollars in cash.
Barnes, her only son, along with his two friends, Demus, and Baker, spring into action dangerous action to get the money. Although their
road is paved with good intentions, the brothers in arms will be in for more than a few surprises, and a whole lot of heat.