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The Landlord's Shadow

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Twenty-five-year-old Big Ralph moves to the quaint university town of Bowling Blue, Ohio, as a newbie landlord. He promises free rent to students if they help work on his ramshackle house, and it's not long before he finds his ideal candidates. An easy life on Raised Hare Road soon begins, along with school and plenty of parties. Ralph and his friendly farmhouse tenants have no idea a storm is close by. A young, dangerous psychopath, escaped from a psychiatric ward, is on the warpath. Cristina wants revenge for the murder of her mother, and she must find her criminal father to do so. In the meantime, she enjoys her life as a serial killer; who knew blood could feel so good on her hands? The tenants of Raised Hare Road soon cross Cristina's murderous path. Thankfully, Child Rescue Aide Cherrie Welkins is close behind, but will she make it to Bowling Blue in time? It's possible that Big Ralph and his young tenants will get in the deadly way of one woman's endless, insane search for... More > vengeance.< Less
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Product Details

ISBN
9781300750208
Edition
Second edition
Published
February 16, 2013
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
291.15 KB

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Printable? Yes
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