The Road Killers presents a fast moving, suspense filled story of a madman who sets out to play a game of terror. Panther, a code name he has chosen for himself, has spent a lifetime as a mercenary, assassin, and terrorist, sometimes working for the U S government but available to anyone who can afford him. Finding himself injured and permanently disabled, he can no longer continue. He becomes bored and so challenges an old acquaintance, now a retired country sheriff, to stop him from playing a game of terror. Panther dispatches his long time associates on a mission of death and destruction to terrorize an entire midwestern state. Chet Elum, a reluctant participant in the game, unable to get anyone to take him seriously, enlists the aid of a freelance newsperson, a raven haired beauty named Carmine Lewis. Together they set out to convince high-ranking police officials and the FBI that the terror is a game being played. Although the authorities are working to stop the terrorists, Chet and Carmine find that they alone must hunt down Panther. Unbeknown to them, Panther, a skilled and determined assassin, is now stalking them. "The Road Killers" presents a very realistic scenario of mayhem and murder, with unusual characters, not the least of which is the delightful Carmine.
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Published July 19, 2005
Literature & Fiction.