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Cricket and Honey The right to remain silent [Kindle Edition]

Charles Burgess , Tamika Mitchell

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Book Description

Cricket aka Synai Hutchinson, a top notch undercover officer, on a case to bring down a major drug mogul. She plays her part well, and he has given her his heart and his ring wanting her to be his wifey! When this heat comes down, Cricket loses her cool and opens herself to unforeseen danger. Will she be able to pull it together? Or will the playa get played?
Honey aka Nikki Booker also undercover, has her sights set on exposing the corruption of the music industry’s biggest producer. Honey’s voice is sweeter than her name, wanting secretly to realize her own dreams of becoming a singer as she hits all the right notes for him. When Honey finds out information she shouldn’t, somebody’s dead and somebody’s left dying!
These two women are thrown together by circumstance, but will what brought them together be what pulls them apart?
Cricket and Honey is a ride into the underside of humanity where for a price, revenge is a dish served slow and deliberate.
So, buckle up and take a ride with Cricket and Honey, as these phenomes show us how to take a bite out of crime and try not get bitten in the process.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 298 KB
  • Print Length: 162 pages
  • Publisher: Underground Publications (17 Mar. 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007M4UUY8
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Cricket & Honey: The Decent Start to What Could Become A Great Sequel 18 July 2012
By Tanisha Rankins - Published on
I had the pleasure of reviewing, Cricket & Honey: Right to Remain Silent, a novel written by author, Charles "The Storytella" Burgess. Now, I will be extremely honest. I don't particularly have a favorite genre of book, and I'm quite difficult to satisfy, as I love reading all types of books, magazines, and periodicals.

With that being said, my overall impression of Cricket and Honey if I were using a grading system would be about a B-. I thought there were a few scenes in the book that I felt were quite predictable for a novel about two black females, smart, savvy, and sassy who are undercover police officers that are reassigned after taking down two very detestable men, who would like nothing more than to get their hands back on them.

Make no mistake I indeed liked the characters who reminded me of a modern day, Black American version of Cagney & Lacy, although their clearly more sexy than the former. What I didn't exactly enjoy were those plots that I felt were based off familiar movies. (You know...what I mean? It's like the fact that Tyler Perry used the Soul Food story line in Why Did I Get Married Too). I understand that there's really no original idea. However, I felt that the author could have done it in a more creative way, as opposed to easily recognizing what movies he more than likely watched, such as Seven and Faceoff.
The story is left obviously with a cliff-hanger. It seemed a bit rushed, but I'm sure that's due to the fact that the author may be anxiously working on the sequel, which I believe could be phenomenal, should he stretch his imagination a little more to develop a story that isn't based upon things he's seen in movies. I think it's a good start to what could be much, much better and I am definitely rooting for him. It would be great to finally see a sequel top the original.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars ATTENTION EVERYONE! Story Tellah in da House 3 Nov. 2013
By Thomas Baker - Published on
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What makes a great Story Teller? Many things, no doubt, but we are told by the Great Story Teller himself, Mr. Stephen King (quote): "A good book does not give up all its secrets the first time you read it." Therefore, a great Story Teller writes a book on multiple levels of understanding. Each time you read the book, you discover something you missed the first time.

Master "Story Tellah" Charles Burgess has written just such a book. You must read this book two or even three times before you can be satisfied you have understood its complexity thoroughly. Again, that is the mark of a good book, its ability to hide its secrets in plain sight of the reader.

Let's talk about Cricket. How do you react to her? Shout - Yell - Scream. She leaves no other options to a sane reader. That or just shake your head and try to figure out the author's intent with this character. I find her to be dynamic, human in her evolution in this book.

This is my first time reading Author Charles Burgess, but it will not be the last. He doesn't play by the rules of his genre. No, he's too busy creating his own genre, breaking all the rules of "cops and robbers", urban crime genre. This is atypical, and I love it. Just like Will Shakespeare broke all the rules in his day, even creating new words when the old words just did not suit his fancy, so does Author Charles Burgess go his own way with this genre. In the end, Story Tellah Burgess makes you have more respect for police officers, but then, we are reading this book on another level if we start talking police officers, so we have to come back and read it that way the next time we read this book...

Reviewed by Thomas Jerome Baker
Author of Story Tellers: In Pursuit of Happiness
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars low down and dirty 30 Mar. 2012
By MzDAy - Published on
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This book was Set In Detroit and with all writers that choose to write about my city I start them with 2 thumbs down. but this book did not allow from the jump it had me all in it was so well told and realistic.. i could see my self being Cricket. I wanted to yell i wanted to scream and that was just the first 8 chapters OMG I dont think I can take the end this is one of the first books that i have read that has made want to kill and kiss the author good job and big up Nikki for putting me on to this book
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Well well 9 Mar. 2013
By JaeRenee' - Published on
I've grown to love the way that "Thestorytellahcharlesburgess" has intricately weaves these stories together and bring you a tale of cricket & honey doing their thing. This book seems to be just what I needed to get me out of my book rut. It was a change of pace from the street literature that I had been reading previously and I have enjoyed it. I definitely want to get my hands on pt.2 this book also had a few editing issues but none to distracting from the story line. If you would like a good read and a change of pace pick this up. You wil not be disappointed.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars WOW I'm Hooked For More 1 April 2012
By India Freeman - Published on
This is the first time I've read a book from Mr. Burgess. And I must say he did not disappoint. Two officers take down two evil men in different states. What pulled me in was when I came to Syaid. He is very ruthless. I can't wait for part 2 for all parties to face off. IT'S GOING TO BE GOOD.
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