In a remote desert world that bore little semblance to their own, the boys corner and kill Nickoli. Unfortunately the act fails to release Window from his curse, and they discover that a much higher price must be paid to free him.
Struggling to silence the voices from his past, Billie-Bob's drinking results in his capture by the family of cannibals he once escaped from. This time he is taken to Paradise, a small compound along one of the many tributaries leading to the Chesapeake Bay. For those who lived there it was truly a paradise on earth, for its captives it was a different story as they were reduced to nothing more than livestock to feed a growing population.
While following the trail left by Billie-Bob's captors, Meat, Window and Einstein come upon the shattered remnants of the church that had given them shelter on their trek north. Many of the its inhabitants had perished in the attack, but most of the children escaped. They join the boys on their journey south to rescue Billie-Bob, and exact their vengeance on those who had taken away their security.
Hell was coming to Paradise, and there would be no denying its vengeance.
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About the Author
Unlike other writers who knew they wanted to write the moment they became self aware, Richard's path to taking up the pen followed a more leisurely route.
During his life he has played a series of roles, husband, father, son, and lover, but his favorite by far is grandfather. He and his wife of twenty plus years have raised four children, and helped raise eight grandchildren. They provide a secure home to a yellow lab named Max and a cat who will answer to either Flame or Furball.
His loving wife, Dena has experienced first hand the exasperation of living with a writer whose mind has a tendency to wander at the most inappropriate times. Yet she manages to keep his feet firmly planted on terra firma.
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