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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.

About W K Haase

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W K Haase, a prolific writer of short stories and articles has been published in newspapers and other media. This is his second full-length book. After an adventurous, active life, he has retired to do what he enjoys most, writing and ranching. Canoe trips and messing around in local politics fill out his busy life. “Being a cowboy and a writer is what I set out to do as a youngster but I got distracted making a living. It took a while, but I have finally achieved my original goal,” the author says. W K Haase, and his wife Mary Lou, who has put up with him for over fifty years, live in the Missouri Ozarks where they have owned and operated “The Half Dollar” cattle ranch for thirty five years.  
Published July 19, 2005 by AuthorHouse. 464 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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