Pandemic READS-books filled with HOPE!

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A Panther’s Father, is a book of hope, caring, and human engagements revolving around the Roosevelt Family from New York City. “Granny Z” Roosevelt is New York City’s 105-year-old storytelling narrator. Her son, Richard and Buster Brocks fall victim to a jungle ambush during the Vietnam War. Both endure rehabilitation. Buster receives the Medal of Honor. Taneeka, Richard’s wife, Richard, and Buster then get their UCLA Degrees. Both men join the LAPD reaching the rank of Supervisors. But the time-period is the volatile early 1970’s and deep racial conflict bears down upon them and the LAPD. But their careers are jeopardized as Shooters from a foreign Country seeking revenge against America engage in Drive-By Shootings in Los Angeles. And there are thoughtfully provoking tales about Ruth, Angels, Pontius Pilate, and God’s revenge upon slavers that a reader won’t quickly forget.

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“Granny Z” or Zella Roosevelt, a cherished and beloved 105-year-old ancient storyteller, continues telling her amazing children tales encompassing her family’s history from within a blind alleyway in New York City to youngsters seeking life’s acceptance and love. And, as always, her rebellious grandson known as the Panther or JeanPaul follows life’s challenging paths and is now a Most Wanted man in the dangerous world of underground forfeit fighting. Granny Z’s son, Ricky Roosevelt, and Ricky’s best friend, Buster Brocks, continue trying to protect Los Angeles as LAPD Supervisors. JeanPaul’s mother is now married to Terry Bradhearst who makes daily financial decisions that impacts the world. God is in this book. And Jesus. And the Holy Spirit. And God’s Angels. There is also Officer Oliver, Colonel Bradley, and General Reynolds. And Victoria Roosevelt who is also known by her fellow US Marines as Vicious.

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In this book, the same lovable characters, including Granny Z, that the reader has encountered in the first two books are still present and just as lovable or disgusting as before. And like the 1st two books, Granny Z tells the same wonderfully engaging children tales for all children to help lift their heads-up. The time table is set in a very difficult to explain time period of racial turmoil and continuing racial injustices spiraling out of control taking place everywhere. Everyone is either working hard or angered by not having any work. It is a time of many powerful events challenging America and the Cold War is blistering to a fever pitch. The Soviet Union and America are engaging each other in cat and mouse games of dangerous war tactics where young men and women are being killed away from the General Public’s eye. A Soviet Nuclear Submarine Base being built on the coast of Mexico only adds to the furious nature of this novel and the Cold War.