About the Author
Michael Parker was born in Panama City, Florida. Traveled extensively as a (military-brat) over seas and State-side before his family settle into a middle-class neighborhood on Detroit's westside in his early teens. The quick to give you a polite, warm southern-boy smile although a stranger to the inner-city, was no stranger to adapting to his environment. After dropping out of school against his parents' wishes, he joined the ranks of the street hustlers, thieves, drug dealers, pimps, players and while still in his teens, he later became a member of the Black Syndicate motorcycle club as its Sergeant-of-Arms. His street-degree landed him a double-life sentence in the Michigan department of corrections. In prison he picked back up his schooling, earning his G.E.D., several technology certificates and become a self-taught writer and author of a collection of poems entitled "Wrinkled Pages". Among his fiction book "Spooky", he is also the author of "Till Dope Do Us Part", "Dead Ain't Enough", and "Crossing The Line, Marked In Blood", will be available soon.