Then, on Christmas Day, she meets Syd McComb, a jet-cool punk rocker recently returned from a ten-year stay in Mexico, and Syd looks like all the trouble she's been dying to get into.
Together they are as explosive as dynamite, and once the fuse is lit, they vent their frustrations with style, taking vengeance where it's due and staying one step ahead of the disgraced cop who's seething to catch them.
And they don't feel guilty, doing what they do, because bad people should die-that's just unconscious knowledge.
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About the Author
He then moved to Southern California, where he wrote Secret Ciphers of the 1876 Presidential Election (Aegean Park Press).
Moving on to Austin, Texas, Beaird wrote poetry, including two poems published in the New York Quarterly (issues 53 and 58). His chapbook of poetry was selected by the Austin Chronicle as one of the Top 10 Best of 1994.
Beaird then moved to Taipei, Taiwan, where he taught English and contributed to an English as Second Language textbook.
Beaird now lives in the Irish Channel section of New Orleans with his wife Kim.