Shon Cole Black is a journalist and novelist who writes under the Spaulden Publishing imprint of Connecticut Press. Shon Cole Black is the author of RATCHET (a series of teen fiction novels, that revolve around a teenage girl who escapes the grips of her abusive mother by running away to the streets, where she discovers that all that glitters is not gold). 
Shon Cole Black is also the author of "Cincinnati's Finest", the story of four female police officers whose lifelong friendship is put to the test when a tragic event forces each of them to the edge of all they swore protect.
Additionally, Shon Cole Black is the author of the Sex Therapy series, a group of relationship books that provide women an honest and insightful glimpse into the mind of the modern man. Titles include; Sex-Therapy: A Woman's Guide To Understanding why men cheat, Sex-Therapy: A Woman's Guide To Understanding why men fear commitment.
He is the author of four novels, The Chance She Took, The Risk of Chance, The Game of Chance and Chance & Drama part of The Chance Series (released in 2013 as THE RATCHET SERIES), a continuing saga that centers around one woman's desperate attempt to escape the grips of a psychotic ex-boyfriend and his murderous drug cartel .
Shon Cole Black has also written under the name Kole Black for Clandestine International Affiliates, a print media subsidiary of Time-Warner Publishing.
Novelist, Kole Black died January 2, 2012
- Urban Reviews: Kole Black, retrieved 2013-11-07
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