It’s the Fourth of July, 1987 in El Paso, Texas, and rock solid cop Devalerie Love just wants to do his job and then go home to his wife and two young daughters. Sent to an unfamiliar precinct and reduced to babysitting a soon-to-be-closing police station, he resigns himself to an uneventful evening.
But the routine “supervisory job” becomes a test of heroism when a horde of vicious monsters attacks and the police officer is forced to team up with a notorious criminal, Rattlesnake Torres, contract killer for the Mexican Mafia, to fend off the rampaging creatures. It is a fight to the death as the besieged occupants of Station 19 battle the swarming reptilian hordes.
Did the creatures come down in the meteor storm? Or were they grown in a laboratory to be the ultimate weapon? Who will survive the night? Who will survive the Siege of Station 19!
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About the Author
Poet, novelist, singer, actor, ex-convict, and underground cult figure, Raegan Butcher began writing at the age of 14. His first collection of poetry, End of the World Graffiti, was published in 1991. In 1994 he appeared in the Seattle Indie film The Year of My Japanese Cousin. In 1996 he was convicted of armed robbery and sentenced to 8 years in prison. During his incarceration, he composed the poems that would appear in his next highly regarded book of poetry, Stone Hotel: Poems from Prison, published by the anarchist collective, CrimethInc in 2003. Two years later, while living in Cuernavaca, Mexico, he produced a second book of poetry titled Rusty String Quartet, again with CrimethInc. He lives in the Pacific Northwest with five ferrets and a dog that looks like a coyote.