When the towers fell, the cocaine drought spouted and as the dope trickled in again, the price of cocaine was twice as high. Knee deep in the dope game, Doughboy depends on cocaine to survive and if he doesn t get some dope soon, he will lose his life: clientele, the people that work for him and the family structure he has worked so many years to provide for. Doughboy gets a hold of some bad dope and has to decide to either stay local or go out of town. His Mexican connect won t give back the money or take back the dope so Doughboy bites the hand that feeds him and sends his workers, V-Dubb and Bill to get his money back. With a bounty on his head and considered a renegade, Doughboy gets back on track. He is focused and feared but, during a drug deal he is arrested for possession and his house is raided. Out of jail on bond, Doughboy must find out who snitched and dispose of them or go to jail. Can he find the snitch before he runs out of time or loses his life? Doughboy is a crime novel about the love of money, and the depths of betrayal and redemption.