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The United States is one of the Wealthiest Nations. It is also home to some of the most crime infested, poverty stricken, violent Urban Communities. Often unheard of, are it's suburbs that face these same problems. In SPENDING COUNTERFIET, Donte is a young adult who has endured poor living conditions, growing up in a small town. Donte and his friends are your typical quiet squares living in the heart of a live neighborhood. When Donte quits his first ever job after working only a month, he receives a risky offer too tempting to refuse. It's an offer at exchanging counterfeit money. He excepts and does so with help from two of his childhood friends. Seems like a harmless crime, right? Thats until his tough "Billy Bad Ass" city smart cousin moves in from out of town to live with Donte and his mother. His cousin gives the money exchange a little twist. That twist is an assault spree, robbery spree, and stealing the hand to hand crack sells business of a long time Drug Boss.......even a homicide. For the first time in his life Donte can afford life's necessities, even it's privileges. He can also get the young lady he has long chased after. How long can all this possibly last especially with the hardships that bring down family and friends when under pressure. Can he trust anyone? Maybe he can trust an unusually caring local drug detective. With odd tips from the Detective, Donte learns that everything happens for a reason. This is a story about change for the good or the bad. In the ghetto you learn to take the bitter with the sweet.

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