Tears for My City: An Autobiography of a Detroit White Boy written by Dean Dimitrieski and published by Bookstand Publishing, has bolted to the top of the Amazon Best Seller Rankings!
As of today the book is the # 2 ranked Kindle book under Midwestern United States History eBooks and the #2 ranked Kindle in Violence in Society . In addition, the book is ranked #41 in Memoirs.
Tears for My City: An Autobiography of a Detroit White Boy, winner of the 2013 PARIS BOOK FESTIVAL for best BIOGRAPHY/AUTOBIOGRAPHY, tells the true story of an immigrant white kid from Macedonia who moves to the most dangerous neighborhood in Detroit at the height of gang violence in the 1970s. With a crack house next door and gangs like Young Boys Incorporated fighting for control of the neighborhood, Dean Dimitrieski struggles to keep himself and his family safe while refusing to join a gang — even when most of his friends are already on the inside. He later befriends two of Detroit’s most wanted drug lords, and just when he feels he’s starting to fit in, he becomes a witness to a horrific crime that shatters his American dream and the life he loved in Detroit.
The Amazon Kindle edition can be purchased here.
The Paperback Edition can be purchased here.