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AuthorHouse, Sep 23, 2005 - Fiction - 84 pages
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Under normal circumstances Silly and Travis would never have met. After all a fourteen year old upper middle class white girl from suburbia would have nothing in common with a hard working black married man from the hood who was fast approaching middle age. But these were not normal circumstances. Travis’ life had been turned upside down by an act of urban terrorism, while Silly’s life had been disheveled due to domestic violence. When an act of fate brings them together they must work together to avenge the wrongs that have been done while at the same time avoiding criminal charges themselves. They must work together to administer justice and restore their lives to some form of normalcy in spite of the fact that all they hold sacred has been taken.

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As far as writing credentials are concerned I really don’t have any. I am a high school graduate of a trade school. I attended college for six months and got married. I went to work for the local housing authority in my city and worked my way up from a maintenance laborer to a maintenance superintendent. After twenty eight years of service and a failed marriage I started my life all over again by quitting the housing authority, getting remarried and starting a new career. I bought a truck and started my own delivery service. Truck driving is a lonely job that affords me a lot of time to just think. Taken is the product of an active imagination and the ability to retain my thoughts until I get home to my computer. I am currently working on three other works as well as continuing to drive my truck.

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