About the BookThe man who has made the Ultimate Sacrifice for him has tried to take his life. One year later and back on the streets, Khadafi wants nothing more than to punish the two men responsible for his near demise, Tony Coleman and Ameen.
As blood spills from his body and pools beneath him, Luther Khadafi Fuller believes he is taking his last breath after being stabbed in the Beaumont Penitentiary. But he is wrong. It isn't his day to die. Over time his wounds heal, but his heart is forever scarred. The man who has made the Ultimate Sacrifice for him has tried to take his life. One year later and back on the streets, Khadafi wants nothing more than to punish the two men responsible for his near demise, Tony Coleman and Ameen. Charles Lil' Cee Gooding is suspected of snitching on his men about a murder that happened in the shower room in a Beaumont Pen. The truth is he never told a soul about the murder. As a result of that suspicion, his mother and three-year-old sister pay the ultimate price with their lives. Newly released from prison, Lil' Cee is determined to exact revenge on the one man left that he knows killed his family . . . Khadafi. Rakemie "Kemie" Bryant loves Khadafi with all her heart, but a secret from her past resurfaces and it is about to change all of their lives forever, in this ULTIMATE SACRIFICE II.
About the AuthorAfter being sentenced to fifteen years in prison for attempted murder, Anthony Fields discovered his love for the written word. Born and raised in Washington, D.C., a desire to rise above his conditions caused him to pen his first novel, Angel presented by Teri Woods. Having watched that book receive critical acclaim and staying on the Essence Magazine Bestsellers list for months, Anthony was inspired to pen and publish his debut novel "Ghostface Killaz." He also co-wrote "Bossy" with Crystal Perkins-Stell. Now signed to Wahida Clark Presents Publishing, Anthony hopes to broaden his fan base and give the people great street tales to read. When he's not writing, he spends his time mentoring younger inmates and helping them to attain their dreams of becoming published authors. Anthony Fields currently resides in a federal penitentiary in Victorville, California.