I Believed Michael Jackson in Adrian the Thief of Hearts
by Waalee D. Fajri
Thief is recently released from federal prison, after the decision of a long-awaited appeal of bank robbery charges. He stumbles upon a DVD of the media-criminal mafia planning to have the superstar falsely indicted on child molestation charges to benefit their declining investment in the magazine, television, and newspaper industry or arrange his death.
FBI Agent Spoon wants him imprisoned forever, having investigated and arrested him on numerous acts of mayhem, including robbery, jewelry heists, murder-for-hire plots, and other commissions of crime. The Mob wants him dead or a one million dollar offer to return the tape.
Michael Jackson, with the assistance of The Nation of Islams Minister, wants the tape to exonerate the superstar. But all Adrian ever wanted was fame and fortune and to return home to resume a failed relationship with Reagan and her son Kein, and to live happily ever after.
With the help of his Memphis friend (Pimp) and his illustrious call girl, will he dodge death, prison, or accept the money and sacrifice the worlds most worshipped idol, Michael Jackson?
About the Author
Waalee D. Fajri is a native of Kansas City, Missouri, and changed his name from Adrian Williams, having declared his faith to Islam. He has survived troubling times, both domestic and social, ending in prison several times.
This book was written in 2005, months before Michael Jacksons trial of the child molestation allegations.
The author hopes to assist all men on the complicated journey of finding peace and closure to the world prohibiting us from success.
(2013, Paperback, 208 pages)