A.R. Hilton


A.R.Hilton is an author, film director and CEO of Amirah films. A native of Mount Vernon New York, Hilton’s debut novel, That Life (Prophecy of a Hustler), introduced us to characters that walk a parallel path—a path that Hilton’s traveled in his own life. In That Life, Hilton weaves together a tapestry of childhood friends that are polar opposites, but choose the same dangerous and fast-paced lifestyle packed with drugs and violence. Throughout their journey together, their friendship is tested and lives are lost.
A.R.Hilton’s, second novel Prophecy of a Hustler II (A War of Souls) is a continuation of That Life that gives the reader an in depth look at A.R.Hilton’s ability to build on a great story with an even greater one. A.R.Hilton’s pen isn’t just confined to novels; he’s also written several screenplays over the years and as CEO of Amirah Films he has directed his first film. A short film titled The Death Of A Prince; a gritty urban tale unlike no other of one boy’s journey through life and a riveting discovery of self; that is a dedication to the memory of his younger brother, who was murdered at 18 years of age. For A.R.Hilton this is only the beginning as he aspires to capture the literary spirit of great authors before him in hopes of mastering artistic creation in the realms of both film and publishing that will inspire others to reach beyond the conditions of their environment and social conditions to live and give their life’s true meaning and purpose all the while acquiring understanding along the way.

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That Life (Prophecy of A Hustler)
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 52,510. Language: English. Published: August 6, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Plays & Screenplays » American
Set in the mid-eithties this thrilling and heart-felt story follows two childhood friends, Kamari and Mink. One scarred by poverty and love, the other by fatherlessness and a mother's addiction. A true to life tale of friendship under the most extreme circumstances.

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