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All-female group ignites revolution to seek accountability from police who execute brutality toward Black Americans
Myron J. Clifton boldly addresses the topic of racism in his new book ‘BLM-PD’
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – To address police harassment, violence and other brutalities that are suspiciously aimed exclusively toward Black Americans, Myron J. Clifton releases his fiction “BLM-PD: Revenge Was Inevitable” (published by Xlibris).
The book introduces readers to a group of women who are mourning the death of their friend who was killed by a cop. They decide to avenge his murder with the hope of triggering a second civil war on a militarized government, which is led by a strongman president and his racist organization.
The book features a band of all-female protagonists which include 1) KJ, a tech genius tired of being passed over for less-qualified white men; 2) Beast, a lady who has it all and is ready to jump into a plot for vengeance; and 3) Queen, who is as deadly with her MuyThai as she is with her Kukri knife.
This political thriller hopes to bring to light the social injustices that oppressed Black Americans are still suffering.
A passage from “BLM-PD” reads:
“We’ve spent far too long begging, singing, and marching, for what is rightly ours. We aren’t guests or visitors to this country and we are not renters; we are co-owners and we’re going to take what’s rightfully ours. No one deserves to be comfortable until we are comfortable.”
“BLM-PD: Revenge Was Inevitable”
By Myron J. Clifton
Softcover | 6×9 in | 264 pages | ISBN 9781796081046
E-Book | 264 pages | ISBN 9781796081039
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Like most African American men, Myron J. Clifton received “the talk” from his elders, instructing him on how to survive interactions with the police. He has heard the stories of police brutality, terror and abuse of power from close family and friends. A prolific writer, Clifton was inspired by his experiences in the current American racial environment and his interest in the intersection of race, gender and politics to write this manuscript; his first novel; and part one of the “BLM-PD” story.