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Yesterday We became Millionaires... Today We are the Most Feared in the City... Tomorrow We will be the Most Hunted Men in America... God Forgive Us ALL... From the works of Wharton economist and Atlanta author K. F. Arnold comes a decadent tale of greed and redemption set in the capitol city of the South. Based on true events, FULTON COUNTY 404 chronicles the survival of Mike Drake, an undercover FBI agent trapped in the war between Mexican and African-American Cartels over control of Atlanta's multi-billion dollar narcotics trade, and the ongoing Federal manhunt for some of the country's most dangerous outlaws. The gripping tale is an awe-inspiring look into a seething underworld where high-profile professional athletes, politicians, and entertainers come to play in a high-stakes arena of pleasure and sin. From City Hall to the highest ranks of the Atlanta Police Department and the U.S. Justice Department, no one escapes this seductive and deadly web of sex, drugs, and murder. " I am...the last of the native-born sons of Atlanta, guardians of the city...and I Hunt Dirty Politicians, Crooked Cops & Dope Boys!... 5 years, 600 Convictions... Your Crew is Next! And Obama Can't Save You. Time 2 Grow Up my Brothers & Sisters. Their Dope is Not Welcome Here..." I am MIKE DRAKE... facebook MIKE DRAKE PR Release - 2.12.2010 The FULTON COUNTY 404 franchise has garnered cult status as some six-million viewers from the popular social networking portals of facebook and myspace have visited 404 websites online. Worldwide, readers from the US and Europe have become engrossed with the gritty, intelligent portrayals of the fact-based characters who fill the pages of the 404 novel. K. F. Arnold leaves no stone unturned as he exposes the corrupt underbelly of an Atlanta society seduced by a multi-billion dollar drug trade. Where many similar books only focus on inner-city poverty and crime, FULTON COUNTY 404 takes a hard look at the systematic roles of the wealthy, upscale players--FBI Agents, Mexican and African-American cartels, city politicians, businessmen, NFL stars, and state court judges--who actually keep the machine in motion. The FULTON COUNTY 404 novel intricately weaves this mix of characters and intrigue into what the outspoken author has termed "true-fiction." "It's what I like to call just enough 'truth' to inform the reader, but just enough 'fiction' to keep the author from getting killed," K. F. Arnold admits with regard to the dangers of exposing violent criminals and underhanded politicians. "My book reveals some of the tragic conditions that have lead to the rapid rise in violent crime and the deterioration of the quality of life in my home town, and shines a light on a bleak future." It seems unlikely that an Ivy-league educated author would be able to dive this deep into an Atlanta underworld that has become a hotbed for Federal Investigations and national media headlines, but the buzz created in literary circles and book clubs across the country confirms that the message is relevant to pressing social concerns. "I'm an Atlanta native, and therefore able to enter worlds and talk to people that the average outsider couldn't. There are powerful politicians, police officials, and government agents all involved in this dangerous saga. And the effects of their actions will be cast upon another generation of young people that desperately need our protection. This novel was an intelligent way to get relevant opinions and grievances across. This isn't just about Atlanta. This is about saving every urban city in America." Over the last year, the self-published author has garnered national attention by selling an impressive 35,000 copies in paperback print--all without the support of a major publishing company. " M. L. King Had A Dream & This Aint IT! "
bound: 300 pages
publisher: Cooper Global Group (May 11, 2017)
isbn: 0979703204, 978-0979703201,
weight: 1.1 pounds (