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Hard rockin’ Loretta Olsen is paid to babysit dissociative mental patient, Virgil Simos. A terrible secret lies buried in Virgil’s head, one he is desperate to uncover.
Delving into his past, he begins to fall for Loretta, but when Loretta steals three hundred thousand dollars from the Bakken Cartel, she and Virgil are forced to run.
Ageing fixer Avan ‘Avalanche’ Jones is hired to find the Cartel’s money. Avan has as much need of three hundred thousand dollars as anybody else. In his way, Devils Lake police detective Karin Dietz, a woman unable to sleep yet determined to stop what is coming.
As their broken lives converge, Virgil risks his fragile sanity remembering what he was forced to forget. Can he unearth his terrible secret in time, or have the Bakken Cartel already sealed his fate?
Nevada, 1938: Nate Smith leads a gang of reformed ex-cons into possession of a remote mining claim. Nate wants nothing more than a second chance and a fair price, but town kingpin, Martial Po, wants the claim for himself. He will spill blood to get it.
Entering this feud, the Reverend Sparks, a wandering desert preacher, and his young wife. He will dig with the men, but the payment he asks is not dollars. It is the confession of all sins.
Death row cause célèbre, Ricky Ray James is about to die for the brutal murder of twenty-one-year-old call girl, Paula Perez.
For retired cop and cartel fixer, Cesar Huster, one lethal injection is never enough. Haunted by his love for Paula, Cesar will seek to extract a penalty far more terrible than death.
Only one man stands between Cesar Huster and his intoxicating revenge: traumatised death house captain, Clement ‘Left Leg’ Hodge.
Driven by guilt, Hodge will descend into a world of lost love and violent obsession, unearthing a truth darker than any fiction.
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