Keep Your Enemies Closer

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Maurice Ousley and his beautiful wife Gabrielle are living well—Maurice had just retired from the NBA due to injury with his fortune intact; and Gabrielle is a successful restaurateur in St. Louis, Missouri. They had just gotten back home from the Virgin Islands, and they are soon on their way to Chicago for their friend Stephanie’s wedding. Trouble would soon find them when a terrorist tries to hijack the plane. Will they survive, or will the terrorist successfully fly the plane into the Willis Tower?

Darius Clinton is still at large, and he’s wanted for murder and attempted murder. He somehow managed to turn his life around by settling down in the small town of Sikeston, Missouri. All was well until he got a visit from a mysterious outsider at the sports bar where he worked as a bartender. Has his time of running from the Feds come to an end?

Junior is on the cusp of being a rap superstar, and he hits it off with a sexy Dominican girl who’s on the same record label. His new single is about to drop, and life couldn’t be sweeter for him. However, his world would come crashing down on him when he gets into a fight and beats a guy half to death. Will he spend the rest of his life in jail?

And lastly, Stephanie is about to marry to guy of her dreams, and she seems to be on top of the world. Everything will change when Maurice receives a strange text from Stephanie meant for someone else. Will the wedding still go as planned, or will Stephanie’s life be altered forever?

Keep Your Enemies Closer is a well-crafted piece with intricate plots and subplots sure to keep readers on the edge. Installment four of the Maurice Ousley series is a must-read for anyone who loves drama and suspense.

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