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Alverne Ball and Craig Gore to Release Crime Comic “Crook County” for Sacramentum Press

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“Crook County” is based on Charles Dickens’ classic “Great Expectations,” which follows a young orphan whose education and comfortable life in London is paid for by a benefactor he thinks is an upstanding member of the community, but later discovers is actually an escaped convict he saved from starvation years ago as a child. In this gritty, modern-day version of the Dicken’s tale, the orphan is Diondre Hill, a black child raised by a poor but loving family on Chicago’s tough west side. After high school, Diondre escapes his life of poverty and crime by moving to California and attending Stanford Law School, his education and expenses…

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