Dutch ended with a bang. On the final day of the infamous 'Month of Murder', the Essex County Courthouse erupted with gunfire. Angel and One-eyed Roc, two of Dutch's lieutenants, were captured, tried, and sent to prison for life. But a legal technicality overturned their sentences, and after serving three long years in the prison system, each is released with a master plan of their own to recapture all that was lost. Fueled by her devotion to Dutch and her lust for power, Angel, along with her prison love Goldilocks, sets out to take back the streets. One-eyed Roc, now a Muslim going by the name Rahman, has a new outlook on life and seeks to right the wrongs that he helped to commit. Once cohorts, the two now stand on different sides of the game. Can two old friends come to some kind of agreement? Or will their determination cause the destruction of the empire that Dutch worked so hard to build?
Teri Woods worked as a legal secretary/paralegal for eight years in a Philadelphia city law firm. She began writing True to the Game in 1993 and began to submit her work to publishers. She lives in New Jersey with her two children.