When he goes to sleep, Tocuatl is one of the most powerful men in the Aztec empire, sitting at the right hand of the emperor Montezuma, his number one assassin and enforcer. When he awakens, he is in the body of a man named Bret Parker in modern day Tampa, Florida. The survival skills he has are a mismatch in the modern world. He only knows brutality and intimidation. His refusal to back down from street thugs and predators leaves a trail of bodies.
Hamilton Okita is a special agent with the FDLE (Florida Department of Law Enforcement). He gets the job of tracking down this killer in the Tampa Bay area. He always gets to the crime scene a little late, never seeing his quarry, but seeing the wreckage he has caused.
The displaced assassin in the body of Bret Parker meets a woman named Trish who helps him find his humanity. He saves them both from death at the hands of the mob. They steal the mob's money and soon realize they must deal with these evil men who are hunting them, but that is something the Aztec assassin knows about. He is a predator too, and he is much more lethal than they are.
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About the Author
G. Ernest Smith is a retired Space Shuttle launch team member who lives near Cape Canaveral, Florida with his wife, Mary Beth. He has a son, Brandon, and a daughter, Mona, a brother, Jeff, and a sister, Gwen, who all live in California.
He enjoys sailing, Harley Davidsons, fishing, writing, Miatas and eating (not necessarily in that order).
He is a graduate of Rollins College and the Florida Institute of Technology and holds a Masters degree in Computer Science.