A DC native who still works and lives in 'Da City', D is the new voice of Black Literature. After graduating from a highly esteemed arts school, D furthered his education by learning life lessons on the mean streets of the city. After years of trials, tribs, and procrastination, he has put writing back at the top of his priorities with his debut novel Chaos in the Capital City . The novel, branded as XCF (Extreme Christian Fiction), is Urban Fiction taken to the next level. Fans of good fiction will be impressed and thoroughly entertained by this talented young author's first offering.
There has been a lot of speculation over what event will trigger 'The Last Days'. The answer lies in a small Hispanic restaurant located in the nation's capital.
Donald Hairston and his hoodlum friends are caught in an extensive police initiative targeting the most crime-ridden neighborhoods in the city. The heavy police saturation drastically reduces the flow of drugs in the area, and along with it, the flow of cash to Donald's crew.
Looking for an alternate source of income, the young men rob a Hispanic restaurant outside of their neighborhood, killing two of its patrons in the process. One of the victims happens to be the brother of a racist Latino councilwoman who is not afraid to speak her mind. But she's tired of talking . The inflammatory rhetoric she spreads causes a small race war in the city that grows rapidly and will test all boundaries.