MIRACLE ON 42ND STREET by Andrew Allan

Down on the Deuce, anything can happen. But survival is never easy. And this time it’s gonna take a miracle.

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‘Twas the week before Christmas, New York City, ’86.

A killer is lurking, slashing hookers and tricks…

Special’s a working girl trying to scratch out a living on 42nd Street, the sleaziest strip in America. No pimp, no problem—she can handle herself. But when her friend gets butchered, and an eyewitness dishes the details, Special begs her city official clients to track down the killer. That’s when they try to kill her.

Now Special’s on the run from the ugly truth: the cops are making the city “safe” by exterminating the prostitutes, pimps, thugs, gangsters, dealers, muggers, and junkies. And the only way she can survive is by teaming up with a drunk Santa to unleash anarchy. Down on the Deuce, anything can happen. But survival is never easy. And this time it’s gonna take a miracle.


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  1. Darryl Oatis  

    This was a fun, easy read with many twist and turns. I enjoyed it a lot!

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  2. Nadia Winston

    This had me hooked from the first page. It was a great story from a brilliant writer; you should definitely check this one out.

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