Elgar preyed on young women, entrapping them, then raping and murdering them inside his sex wagon, as he did Beth. But Gina, a lovely college girl with street smarts, outwits the fiend in a harrowing, running battle which ends in a fiery climax.
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This novel is about what is happening to women today - million raped, then murdered by serial psychopaths somewhat like Elgar, who lay in wait for their victims by night and by day. Gina, during her childhood, had to acquire street smarts to hide and stay alive, and that night in the plantation mansion,she eludes the killer of her best friend, Beth, Beth's parents, and her Grandmother Blanche Levy, and a black man. Gina pursues the fiend in a harrowing flight in which she witnesses more senseless murders, to his home where she discovers even worse atrocities.But she doesn't cut and run, and even after she is finally captured, she manages to escape, and meets Elgar on the highway, which begins a running battle that ends in a fiery climax.Gina knows her fight will frighten,intrigue, and caution all females who walk out to their cars alone at night.Be it Halloween, or some other holiday, if this novel fails to scare the panties off any woman under the age of fifthy,or if any woman fails to admire Gina, get your money back.
Stunned, Alto's eyes followed the barrel swinging toward his head. Fast time began to slow, dropping to real time, slowing further still. Time, Alto's time had come. Alto watched the man lean down. His eyes were cold,flat,hooded, like a snake's.The tongue split open the hard lips, as if he already tasted fresh blood and brains.Alto tried to cry out the man's name, because he'd seen him before - beg him to sspare him so he could go to Josh's christening. The tongue flicked out, like a snake's except it wasn't split, as he leveled the sawed-off shotgun. No fatther there for Josh;s christening, no more good-bye kisses from his wife, no more Frank Alto carrying briefcases packed with paupers money.