Pachuco Amazon Best Seller is one of those novels that only come around once in a great while. Don’t miss out.
Author Weldon Shaw writes “Pachuco” a fiction historical novel telling the story of what the Hispanic people went through after Alta California became California. He illustrates in this epic Latin crime saga thriller the downfalls they were faced with in regards to betrayal, lost dreams, emigration, racism, false hopes, civil rights, love, hate and death. Weldon carefully unfolded the Latin history of east Los Angeles in Pachuco’s strong storyline. Showing the reader how the Hispanic gang mentality form in “East Los.” The novel covers from 1860’s to the 2000’s. If you love great novels with strong characters, which bring real history alive, then you will love Pachuco. Don’t miss out on your chance to read this epic novel. Pachuco is available at Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com and Kindle.
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Excerpt From Pachuco
He was not sure what to expect when the door opened. Finally after the second knock the door crept open, the man on the other side was as weather worn as the house he lived in. When John first looked at him he thought to himself, this man had all the answers but will never remember any of them.
John then put his hand out, introducing himself.
The old man said I know who you are, wearing that ridiculous suit in this neighborhood, you had to be either the reporter I have been waiting on or a Jehovah Witness. Now if you are Jehovah Witness, I am going to shoot your ass on the spot because I already told you guys not to come back.
John then started to laugh thinking the whole time this person is witty.
Emilio said now that we have broke the ice, come in, the house was dark except for the kitchen area. Come with me to the kitchen where the light is better. Emilio then gestured for John to sit down at the kitchen table.
My name is Emilio Cerna, I am 80 years old and I have lived in this Barrio Alpine my whole life. I probably do not have much of a chance to make it to heaven, but wherever I land, I have earned it. My family before me was raised in this neighborhood, as well as there family before them. My grandfather and his parents migrated here from Chihuahua in 1860.