Intense Injury by William Marion

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Jose Raga is a ruthless, violent drug dealer who would do anything to make a client pay. He isn't used to being pushed around, but when he gets a little too ruthless, he gets caught. Now he's trapped, serving a lengthy prison sentence that will put a serious wrinkle in his business plan. But Jose has bigger problems than a lack of income-someone is out to get him.

Behind bars, Jose is brutally attacked by an unknown assailant. Soon, he begins spending more time in the infirmary than in his prison cell. If this continues, Jose may die in prison. He's got to figure out a way to stay safe-but first he'll need to give the authorities some help. In an effort to get some protection, Jose agrees to be a snitch. He has some valuable information concerning an unsolved double murder, and the police agree to a deal.

Suddenly, though, Jose is found murdered. Even protection couldn't keep him alive. The cops still have lingering questions about the information given to them by the deceased Jose. His behind-bars testimony soon leads authorities to Miami, where they discover a violent team of female assassins who won't go down without a fight.

There is more to this mystery than Jose disclosed, and it's going to be difficult for anyone to get away alive.


About William Marion

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William Marion went to prep school in Massachusetts, attended college, and later earned a master’s degree. He served in the United States Coast Guard before entering the sales industry. Retired from a career in pharmaceutical sales, Marion currently resides in South Carolina.
Published November 28, 2011 by Abbott Press. 152 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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