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  • Keywords
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The Black Knights
by Tammy J. Coulter

Rick “Moneyman” Attison wants out of the Black Knights, a vicious teen gang led by the notorious Johnny “Blade” Chilton and his friends at Colonial High School. Rick’s life isn’t easy; his mother and brother have left the family, he rarely sees his father, who’s addicted to gambling and is spending a large chunk of the family fortune, his girlfriend is the daughter of the local police chief, who will stop at nothing to put an innocent Rick in jail, his girlfriend’s brother doesn’t trust him and his uncle and cousin barely know him. After being ordered by the courts into counselling, Rick meets Tony Whitefish, a quiet and reserved Cree police constable who is also a youth counselor and who is determined to keep Rick safe. The Black Knights will do anything to make Rick stay. What is Rick willing to do to leave?

Finally realizing a life-long dream and keeping a promise to her late husband, Rob, Tammy J. Coulter published her first book shortly after Rob’s sudden passing in 2014. Black Knights is the story of a teen age boy in a gang, his struggles to get away from it and the price he and those around him are forced to pay. A coming-of-age story, Black Knights and White Daze touch on some of the issues teens struggle with in today’s world, including bullying, gang violence and of course, love. This is the first book in the Rick Attison Series. As long as the characters have a story to tell, she will continue to write. She firmly believes if these books help even just one person in some way, then she has succeeded.


Tammy J. Coulter

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