Black Chameleon

Black Chameleon Memoirs

by Montez DeCarlo
(Aventine Press, March 31, 2006)

Black Chameleon Memoirs tells the gripping saga of how one of the most successful black businessmen in America rose to prominence by leveraging love, criminal activity and murder while overcoming adversity and an abusive childhood.


It is always amazing to learn of the trials and tribulations of successful black men in our society. The author did an outstanding job in capturing my attention and holding it for two days until I finished the book. You now have a fan for life.
(Review by Minister F, March 2006)

About Montez DeCarlo

Montez DeCarlo, a Detroit native and coauthor/editor of Our Sacred Identity: The Book of American Indian Names and Their Meanings, makes his novel debut with Black Chameleon Memoirs. As a graduate of the streets and school of hard knocks, Montez has climbed the corporate ladder to director of global networks and IT security for an international pharmaceutical company. He currently mentors troubled teens by sharing his experiences and allowing them to shadow him on the job.

About Darla Bruno’s Work

Montez DeCarlo wrote: “Because of you, I know that we have a bestseller on our hands. Thanks a bunch!” — Montez DeCarlo

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