Bow Tie Mafia

By Cole Hart

Being the victim of a home invasion was a horrifying experience to a 5-year-old girl. Jaya and her mother were home alone that night when two men in suits, bowties, and masks invaded their Atlanta residence. Neither her nor her mother knew what was happening except that they were tied up and duct-taped, and that the goons demanded money. All young Jaya understood was that she needed her father.

Years later, the nightmare still haunted her and her father was never found. Jaya Woods had grown up and nearly finished college when the man of her dreams came into her life and destroyed her world. He told her everything she wanted to hear and showered her with gifts, while the entire time she was only being used as a pawn.

By the time Jaya woke up to see the reality of things, it was far too late. Now facing years in federal prison, she meets up with yet another female with the same drive and anger, with the same vengeance to retaliate against any and everyone who has ever crossed her. The bow tie symbolized the cross, and the cross was simplified only with the pistol. Together, they will stop at nothing until they were both free and have paid back all debts to all wrongs performed against them.



About the Author

Author Cole Hart was born and raised in Augusta Georgia, at the age of twenty-four he made a life changing decision that cost him many years of his life to the Georgia prison system. But it took that for him to turn his life around. While incarcerated he fell in love with reading, then he found some his favorite authors like Sidney Sheldon, James Patterson, Dan Brown and John Grisham. After years of studying his favorites he wrote his first book with pen and paper. From that point on he wrote twenty books in prison and started his own publishing called Cole Hart Signature. He was released in March of 2018 and continued his writing and publishing business. Cole Hart is now home and resides in Atlanta Georgia. He has released his first African American christian fiction novel called The Sunday school Teacher 1&2. Now with nearly fifty authors under his umbrella. To this day, people ask him how did he do it. And his reply was. Pray every morning and night. Stay focused, stay consistent, keep God first and remain humble even when it seems as if the world is crumbling around you.
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