He stalked the halls in silence, up and down the corridors of the musty prison.
Deep in the heartland of Indiana, this maximum-security penitentiary held some of the most vicious criminals known to the United States. One of them was Sampson Faith, a psychopathic genius who was master of mind control. Sampson was not only a master of mind control, but he was also a fluent out-of-body traveler. He was only 38, but seven years in prison made him look much older.
He had murdered 14 teenagers in numerous ways seven years before in a small Indiana farm town. He was what doctors called a missionary killer. He believed all teenagers were evil and he believed it was his God-given duty to kill them. He believed that after their death, he could steal their souls, send them to a mystical place known as the Guff. Tonight he will escape from prison to embark on another bloody rampage.
What Sampson isn't expecting is that his half-brother, Billy Black Hawk, has just been released from prison and is hot on his trail, and along with a tribal elder, Cain Black Hawk, intend to put a stop to his rampage forever this time, and send his evil soul back to the guff, where he belongs.
This was a really good book.It was inventive and interesting.Brother chasing brother.Rick Gregory was the perfect narrator.“I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.”