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Blake Karrington

Blake Karrington wants readers to get to know his complex characters as if they’re really alive. Likening him to a bad boy gone good, readers see a storyteller who writes as if he’s lived in the worlds he generously shares, readily conveying his message that humanity is everywhere, especially in the unlikely, mean streets of the inner city.
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