Ramon E. Allen Sr.’s new book “Play the Player, Squash the Game” is the intense tale of Sergeant LeBlanc and his courageous crew as they wage war against crack cocaine.

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Recent release “Play the Player, Squash the Game” from Page Publishing author Ramon E. Allen Sr. is the riveting story of Sergeant Maurice LeBlanc and his resolute crew who relentlessly seek out narcotics violators in the suffering neighborhoods of Compton, California. This novel takes place during the heartless Crack epidemic, which proliferated the City of Compton.

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Ramon E. Allen Sr., a former chief of police in Los Angeles County and an avid writer, has completed his new book “Play the Player, Squash the Game”: a potent and explicit fictional story about one incessant crew’s pursuit against the crack epidemic.

Allen shares, “In 1969, (I) left the university and joined the Compton Police Department. (I) rose quickly through the ranks, having worked a myriad of assignments, which included uniformed patrol, community affairs, planning and research, internal affairs, homicide investigations, clandestine narcotics, vice, and intelligence operations.”

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Ramon E. Allen Sr.’s gripping tale follows Sergeant LeBlanc and crew, providing an inside-look into the battle between good and evil as the tragic epidemic of crack cocaine engulfs the streets of Compton.

After receiving direct orders from the chief of police, Sergeant Maurice LeBlanc and his crew infiltrate the subversive rock-cocaine-trafficking networks throughout the urban communities of South Los Angeles, and the City of Compton. During the shocking era of the 1980s, and against unimaginable odds, the crew encounters fatal threats every day as they eliminated rock cocaine from Compton and its neighboring communities.

Readers who wish to experience this irreverent work can purchase“Play the Player, Squash the Game” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Kobo, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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