FoxTheft is a fictional account of the general scenario sometimes faced in Louisiana, as the war in Viet Nam ended, and the Drug Wars began. As a spoil of illegal drug wealth and extortion, corrupt politicians build a place of gratuity for drug the traffickers, and themselves, in the remote swamp. Young women were disappearing without a trace to serve at the facility, when then the wrong young woman is taken. Three generations, and several races of the Cajun people take matters into their own hands, as the present generation hopes to succeed, where the generation before them had failed. As the extent of the evil is uncovered, help to put an end to it comes from several unlikely places, including the local motorcycle club, the grave of a man who had attempted to put an end to the evil years earlier, and even the Wiccan Swamp Witch. A small town, patrolled area of waterways, and swampland becomes the battlefields of roaring engines, skilled Cajuns, and high-powered boats.
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About the Author
Randell is a life resident of southern Louisiana. Much of his life during the 1980's was spent operating high performance jet boats, enjoying water sports on Louisiana waterways. In 2006, Randell was awarded the Louisiana National Guard Distinguished Civilian Service Medal, and Mentor of the Year Award, for his work in the Youth Challenge Program. He also served in the search and rescue efforts during the aftermath flood of Hurricane Katrina, which claimed the life of his girlfriend. Randell holds five US Design Copyrights on Covert, close range anti-human recognition camouflage, and maintains close ties to our Special Forces. In late 2007, Randell was stricken with a rare, curable cancer. During his recovery, he returned to writing after many years, resulting in the publication of FoxTheft, which he had originally written in 1986. Currently, Randell resides alone in a rural area close to Baton Rouge, living a peaceful, moderate lifestyle, as he continues his recovery.