Bro. Lamont Charles McGee Bey's New Book 'Free Da King Fate' is the Story of a Black Man Who Struggles to Take Care of His Family Only to Become a Notorious Kingpin

Bro. Lamont Charles McGee Bey, a new and powerfully gifted author, has completed his most recent book “Free Da King Fate”: an engaging and visceral work of fiction that introduces a black youth that excels at the fine art of the hustle.

Lamont shares that he had an epiphany after being incarcerated. He says, “I discovered my passion for writing while sitting in prison serving a 60-month sentence for a felony in possession of a firearm. After discovering my new known passion, I have not looked back since.”  

Published by Fulton Books, Bro. Lamont Charles McGee Bey’s book is an unstabilized journey from the grimy terrain of Illinois to the rugged streets of Minneapolis, Minnesota, and also the dysfunctional mind of the author.

In this chilling thrill, the reader will welcomingly witness love, loyalty, deceit, deception, hate, and sexual bliss all in one film-like tale. Lonnie Le’re is one of many youth who endure the everyday struggles of growing up black in the ghetto. But Lonnie was blessed with the gift of gab that very few possess. The gift of a powerful following, manipulation, forceful revenge, sexually satisfying, dominant presence, and a hustle that could match history’s greatest dealers.

Lonnie has found his calling, and it involves taking care of his family by any means necessary and balling insane. Will the heartless kingpin with a passion of breaking men’s pride and breaking women’s hearts find the love of his life to humble him or will the starving streets of the monstrous Midwest and its shifty wind-like ways eat the young boy and his crew alive?

Readers who wish to experience this gripping work can purchase “Free Da King Fate,” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

Please direct all media inquiries to Gregory Reeves via email at gregory@fultonbooks.com or via telephone at 877-210-0816.

Source: Fulton Books

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