Hellena, GA Author Publishes New Book
August 10, 2012 (PRLEAP.COM) Entertainment NewsHeartbeat Don, a new book by Randy Cochran, has been released by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc.
David was young, innately intelligent, charming, well dressed and filthy rich. He frequented posh clubs and hotels, owned expensive houses, luxury cars and everything anyone craved for. Women desired to be with him, and men wanted to be like him. He was the don of Hartford, Connecticut-a rogue but respected guy in streets who had the money and power. He sold drugs with his most trusted men. He and his posse were objects of fear because they had a resolve to kill without mercy to protect their own interests. The don was now a far cry from the boy who was a raised to be good and God-fearing in Atlanta, Georgia by his grandmother, together with his two sisters.
The gentle boy's life began to change abruptly when he, his sisters and his mother moved to Hartford, Connecticut to reunite with his stepfather and other siblings. Not only was he living with a stepfather who was an alcoholic and wife-beater, he also lived in a town where crime and belligerence ruled. Soon he surrounded himself with friends who, for one reason or another, spent time in juvenile detention. He lived a fast life, quit school and was lured to sell drugs. One time, he and his friends went to a club where the affluent chill, and there he met a don. The don supplied him with high quality cocaine, heroin and marijuana, and his business in the streets of Stowe Village was booming. The boy later realized that he wanted to be a don, so he devised a scheme to get rid of the reigning don and take possession of a truckload of contraband worth millions of dollars in illegal drugs. David succeeded.
In no time, he became an object of vengeance and hatred from the under lords of New York. They took from him his most priceless possessions, and he dealt them a blow they could have never imagined.
About the Author
Randy Cochran is the founder of a youth-oriented organization in his community and also enjoys participating in sports such as boxing and football. He is currently working on the sequel of this book and the third part of another story he plans to publish.
Heartbeat Don is a 104-page paperback with a retail price of $14.00. The ISBN is 978-1-4349-1523-8. Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania published it. For more information or to request a review copy, please visit our virtual pressroom at http://www.dorrancepressroom.com or our online bookstore at www.dorrancebookstore.com.