Where better for a serial predator to operate than in the Chihuauan and Sonoran deserts that straddle the 2000 mile long U.S./Mexican border from California to Texas? Hundreds of people die there every year as they make the dangerous trek to the Golden North. So, what if that predator collected a few strays, just before they died of exposure?
Later, after he'd had his horrific 'fun' with them, he'd dump them back in the desert. Would the Authorities notice?
And what if the predator used his position as the county's Medical Examiner to officially sweep the collections of nameless bones under the rug? Would the Authorities investigate?
But what if one victim miraculously got away unnoticed and survived?
And what if she wants revenge?
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About the Author
Hi. I’m Paul Glanville, and I’m not going to write this bio in third-person.
In school, I was indifferent to reading, and refused to read the assigned books and write the book reports – but loved math and science. After serving my K-12 prison sentence, I discovered Science Fiction. I suppose if I had to name a favorite author, it’d be Robert Heinlein.
My work since the mid-1970s has been in embedded systems firmware. Consequentially, nearly all my writing has been technical in nature, I often write highly technical instructional material that has to clearly describe to non-technical people what they need to understand with a minimum of mumbo-jumbo fluff.
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