Joe Ide

Author

Author of "IQ."

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Most people would call the police if an attempt was made on their life. But when when LA’s shadiest characters need help, they call Isaiah Quintabe, also known as IQ.

Japanese American author creates the Sherlock Holmes of South LA

Most people would call the police if an attempt was made on their life. But when when LA’s shadiest characters need help, they call Isaiah Quintabe, also known as IQ.

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