Growing up in Chicago’s South Side was not easy for author Aetius D. Harris, who went by Columbus George, or Colo, in the story, Poke Dog in his youth. Born in 1968, he chronicles his struggles to fit in among his peers and stay on a righteous path.
Blut hinter BunkermauernIn einem leer stehenden Hamburger Hochbunker schwimmt eine Leiche in ihrem Blut: Sina wurde grausam ermordet. Wie hat das tote Mädchen so viel gnadenlosen Hass auf sich gezogen? Ist ein Serienkiller am Werk, der sein erstes Opfer gefunden hat?…
In his memoir, Harris details tales of his childhood and his experience’s with the criminal life. He also recalls the spiritual fight that ensued for his soul. He is focusing on a period in his life from the mid-1970s to the mid-1980s. In that time, his god-fearing mother did her best with raising him. That being; he still found himself drawn toward the Black Disciple’s organization’s love, structure & protection, in that order!
This autobiography explores his progression from child to young adult. A journey driven by a will to survive, succeed and achieve goals. His obstacles are his skin color and his intellect. He uses his wits to maneuver the South side of Chicago’s wickedness!