Clean, A Tale of The Inappropriate Library by Kim Isaac Greenblatt, copyright 2008, all rights reserved

Please find some pages from Clean, A Tale Inappropriate Library, coming soon from Shockingly Awesome Press. The book is the second in a series of fantasy books. Be aware that this book is graphic and for our young adult readers.

For comments and feedback please email the author Kim Greenblatt - thank you for your interest in the series!


It would have been a great day, too.

His regular patrons were waiting quietly outside in the cold, silent pre-dawn dark lined up for their candy: the elderly Latino men with their pockmarked, leathery faces, the angry, tough talking street homeboys, the hookers – some of ‘em real niiiice chicas.

The Candy Man, Rico Estavez, had been servicing the narcotic needs of the East Los Angeles community for many years. His crack house started out as a clearinghouse for migrants smuggled up north by the coyotes, the human flesh smugglers.

Having managed to steer clear of local politics with the Bloods and Crips, the Candy Man got in on the drug trade before is was fashionable to just say “no”.

He was also one of the few drug dealers who back in the day was successful at manufacturing crystal methamphetamine.

He’d laugh and say, “Ice and crack candy, bay-beee.”

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Publisher: Shockingly Awesome Press

ISBN Complete: 978-0-9777282-9-9

for our young adult readers (and adult readers who like fantasy, adventure and horror)

Title: Clean, A Tale of The Inappropriate Library Publication Date: TBD

Language: English

Coming Soon thru a bookstore near you in the US and UK.

Price: TBD


LCCN# 2008902326

Copyright 2008, Kim Isaac Greenblatt, All Rights Reserved