A young girl stays true to her roots and becomes the head of an empire in the new historical fiction by author Kahlil Armstrong, Maria’s Loyalty…: The Beginning”.
BALTIMORE (PRWEB) January 26, 2015
Maria Parker comes from a family with strong ties. Her great-great-grandfather, Edward Parker, passed on the wealth he earned from the slave trade to Maria’s grandfather, Poppa Parker, who presides over the family’s legacy while Maria grows up.
As she matures, Maria distinguishes herself as a natural-born leader, willing to take over the family business as soon as her grandfather will let her. With approval from Poppa, Maria takes over the family business, further preserving the inheritance her great-great-grandfather created.
Making use of universal themes like loyalty, respect, deception and greed, this novel sheds light on the transformation of Maria, at first a girl with strong morals and family ties, into a revered, hardworking and wealthy woman who controls an empire filled with greed, sex and crime.
By Kahlil Armstrong
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 378 pages | ISBN 9781491871775
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 378 pages | ISBN 9781491871782
E-Book | 378 pages | ISBN 9781491871829
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Kahlil Armstrong is an emerging author currently residing in Baltimore. His planned autobiography, “The Story of Kahlil,” will detail his personal hardships, joys and pains. Armstrong believes his greatest accomplishments in life were reading the Bible front-to-back and the Quran from back to front.
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