In a crime ridden neighborhood of Houston, Texas, a woman’s mutilated body is found in a weed choked lot. She will become the eighth victim found within an eighteen month period. Darryl “Dice” Jackson, ex-addict, ex-convict, turned cynical drug counselor, begins to ask questions after a graduate of his drug program goes missing. Using knowledge gained from a life in the gutter, and with help from an eclectic bunch of colorful characters, Dice traverses a sultry city of dirty cops, drug dens, ruthless gangs, and deaf, dumb, and blind streets in an ever more determined search for answers to a growing series of late night disappearances and murders. But our reluctant anti-hero is hiding a deadly past of his own; a past that threatens with each turn, to expose his skeletons and bring his whole world crashing down. When a woman’s body turns up clutching a tiny silver crucifix and missing her eyes, Dice finds himself caught in a desperate race to expose a sick killer working the inner-city streets of the Bayou City before another woman is found mutilated and slain; women whom society have labeled expendable, with no face for the world to see and no voice with which to cry out.
A.W.Evans has been, at various times a truck driver, gravedigger, convict, and evangelist. Having grown up in a mortuary and blessed with a vivid imagination, he is the author of several novels, including, Foul Shot, Chocolate Bayou Blues, and the memoir, Long Time Comin’. He currently lives in Houston, Texas and would love to hear from his firstname.lastname@example.org
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