Espergaerde, Denmark (PRWEB) March 21, 2014
Londres narrates how drug traffickers silenced him by giving him an option to face death if he chose to go public. This option became reality, he says, when drug traffickers injected him later with a deadly viral disease after he attempted to expose them. His is a personal story demonstrating how drug traffickers have become more powerful than police and law enforcement. Ultimately, Londres displays great courage by coming out with this book.
“Class A Racism in Scandinavia” is a thrilling book that shows hardships the author underwent as he dodged multiple threats. It also paints the basic values of a man and starkly illustrates how greed and desire for power can change a man for the worse. Through this book, readers will understand the truth behind racism.
“Class A racism in Scandinavia”
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 108 pages | ISBN 9781491835203
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 108 pages | ISBN 9781491835180
E-Book | ISBN 9781491835197
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About the Author
Londres shares a personal story reflecting his family experiences between the years 2006-2012 and the time he was targeted by drug traffickers. He was silenced. After he took initiative to seek help from the police, he was injected with a deadly viral disease and shamed in front of his family. “The power of drug traffickers and racism in Scandinavia is often as deep and certain as death,” he says.
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