The Age Of Aquarius Ii

The Age Of Aquarius Ii

by Bobby Legend


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The journey continues for BOBBY LEGEND and The Age of Aquarius. He never wanted to return to America, but unfortunately, by circumstance, he has to. Returning to his parent's home with a huge morphine habit, his life turns from good to bad within two years.
He does not want to turn to his Mafia-inducted UNCLE PETE for help with a hundred ton shipment of Lebanese sack hash being shipped from Amsterdam to New York City, but Bobby quickly finds he has no choice.
Conscripted as a driver, he takes his Uncle and two of his soldiers to Queens, New York. There, Bobby has his first meeting with two of the strongest of New York's Crime Families, the Gambinos and Luccheses. However, at the first meeting, the Gambino Family is hesitant to get into a deal that involves drugs. As a favor to Pete and to keep harmony amongst the Families, they agree to help.
The New York Families, Bobby learns, have the use of Teamster trucks and Teamster drivers, Harbor Patrol, Port Authorities, Harbor Master, and Customs on their payroll.
Now, as an associate of the Detroit Mob, he becomes a chauffeur for his Uncle, at times driving him and his neighbor and close friend, Jimmy Hoffa to their favorite restaurant: The Red Fox Inn.
Four years after Hoffa is released from Federal Prison, he once again begins his run for President of the Teamsters, which does not set too well with many of his long time friends, one of whom is the Don of the Detroit Mob.
When the Mob refuses to help in his endeavor, Hoffa threatens the wrong people.
Pete is given the job to rid the world of his best friend of nearly forty years. Knowing the consequences if he does not do as ordered, he still refuses to do the "hit." That is bad for Pete, his soldiers, and for Bobby.
Bobby's journey to America lasts less than two years, before he returns to the country that he loves: Afghanistan.
You'll have to read The Age of Aquarius II to find out what transpires in his escapade.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780982168790
Publisher: Legend Publishing MA
Publication date: 01/05/2012
Pages: 172
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range: 1 Year

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nickanmaxie More than 1 year ago
Please do not waste your money.