Off the Cracker
Torn up, coated in blood, and shaking with fear, a pit bull cowers on the edge of a cliff over two hundred feet above the raging waters of the Rogue River. Jeannette Z. Hammond, facing one of her biggest fears, dangles from a rope approximately thirty feet above the dog. Recruiting the help of her friend Dorathy, Jeannette reluctantly teams up with a handsome stranger named Jake and his new friend, the very elderly and spunky Chuck. In a humorous and exciting escapade, the odd foursome set out to rescue dogs from a dog fighting ring only to find themselves neck deep in an even bigger secret. Jeannette falls into a strange series of events that lead to bizarre nightmares and new friends, human and k-9 both, as she ́s dumped into a mysterious kidnapping ring. Within one week, six children are missing in three states, all girls, all under the age of twelve, and most have I.Q.s over the top. Professor Jonathan P. Morgan has a very special purpose for the children he ́s collected. Facing a life without their families, being raised and trained by a madman, the children look to Jeannette for hope.
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