Mark Jr., a hard-working, single man and the new lawman in town, is suddenly propelled into a murder investigation of a young woman known to be a lady of the night. No one knows who she is, and now Mark must determine who killed her and why. Haunted by nightmares that nearly drive him insane, Mark begins questioning the towns residents and slowly assembles a mysterious puzzleone agonizing piece at a time. But then another mangled body is discovered, and Mark suddenly realizes the dead woman is the same one who came to him in an earlier dream. Mark has no idea that a murderer is attempting to open a gate to hell.
In this gripping Western thriller, a young lawman must stop a meat-hungry serial killer before he slaughters another innocent woman.
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Lost and Found: An Autobiography of Discovering Family, is the harrowing and inspirational memoir of the successful contributor to World of Warcraft and N.Y. Times best-seller Micky Neilson, who was kidnapped by his schizophrenic father as a toddler, spending his earliest years on the run and his teenage years as a foster child. This autobiography chronicles Micky’s experience serving in the first Gulf War, the meteoric rise of Blizzard Entertainment and, most triumphantly, his reuniting with the family that was stolen from him as a child.
“No one who reads my fiction today or plays the video games I've contributed to knows that I was kidnapped at eight months old, that I grew up with a schizophrenic father, that I didn't attend school until 7th grade, or that I never knew my true identity until I was reunited with my family after 38 years,” said the author. “It's such an honor to finally be able to share my life story.”