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Chilling and taut, NAMELESS, introduces a fresh and exciting twist on the deadly game of cat and mouse. By virtue of one impulsive and deeply human, but all too grave mistake, a good and decent man finds himself pitted against the embodiment of evil and threatened with losing everything and everyone he loves and values; including the pristine reputation he has endeavored all his adult life to establish. FBI Special Agent in Charge Daniel Falcone unwittingly steps onto course for a head-on collision with a frighteningly brilliant psychotic serial killer, whose harrowing childhood abuse and neglect left him devoid of humanity and salivating for revenge. Framed for a brutal murder on a commercial cruise ship, and fighting for the right to raise his sons and clear his name, Falcone races against the clock and struggles to keep his eyes on the prize, even while his profound guilt and self-loathing threaten to destroy him faster than his maniacal adversary.
rushing from the parking lot to the ticket booth to pay her admission fee. Isaac quickly gathered his scuba equipment and provisions bag and followed the signs to the diving area. The path led down a steep, rocky descent into a dense wooded area. At the foot of the precipice, a spectacular crystalline, blue-green, fresh water sinkhole known as a cenote flowed into a six-hundred meter grotto. As sure-footed and balanced as a mountain goat, he approached the cavern where a tour group of divers
cut off her head. The bracelet he made to prevent escape was a stroke of genius. It was the perfect back-up security measure if she ever happened to escape the room when he wasn’t present. Her ability to get some exercise would also help keep her body from atrophy. Now that she would have more freedom around the cabin and perhaps if she behaved, outside, he couldn’t be one-hundred percent sure she wouldn’t find some way to sneak some tool to get loose when he locked her up. He would certainly
either. Falcone was in love with her. When he heard that they had a serious relationship which nearly culminated in marriage, in his mind his suspicions were confirmed. It took every ounce of his self-control to keep himself from stabbing the FBI agent in the heart with the eight inch pocket knife tucked in his sock. He would have ended this disgusting display a long time ago if he wasn’t gathering some very useful information. He discovered that the agent was married, had two children, and that
and there were no other customers in the vicinity. He opened the door, stepped into the vehicle, slipped the rag out of his pocket and forcefully shoved it into Hannah’s face. She let out a muted groan that was inaudible outside the car. Her eyes expressed a deep confusion, shock and terror that sent a shiver of ecstasy through Shem’s loins. Seconds later, her eyes rolled back into her head and she lost consciousness. A blanket of fresh snow shrouded the rolling hills of the Hudson Valley.
and more importantly restaurants in the area she could enter. She could be meeting someone for a meal. He didn’t want to lose track of her. He found a space twenty yards up the road. Despite his rushed efforts, by the time he parked, grabbed his cowboy hat and hopped out of the vehicle, she was already out of sight. Until she disappeared, he had kept an eye on her through his rearview and side mirrors. He knew she headed back in the direction of A1A. It wasn’t going to be easy trying to locate