Gabriel is dead. Zooey is missing. Stevenson's war with the Reeves crew was over, or so he thought, but they found out his identity.
And so did the police.
Stevenson sets out to find Zooey, and the man that killed his family decades ago. But the man reveals more than what happened that fateful afternoon--a betrayal so vile that no one man can be held responsible. Baltimore has stolen from him for the last time.
The city will never be the same.
Author_Bio: Chris Eisner was born in Baltimore and has lived in Maryland his entire life. During his primary and secondary education, he attended 9 different schools (expelled from 2) and graduated high school at the bottom of his class. Janitor, waiter, laborer, dealer, pedicabber, strip club cook, quarry caretaker--Chris worked in a variety of industries to put himself through college, meeting people from all walks of life in the process.
Chris has been writing since age six. He won a fiction writing contest in sixth grade and placed in other various contests. In college, an English professor encouraged him to continue writing because "you should be published." (The same professor would later have a golf ball-sized tumor removed from her brain). So he did. During night shifts and bouts of insomnia, Dr. Cassius Stevenson was born.
Chris lives in Frederick County with his wife and two dogs, just yonder of Fiddler' Green.
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Keywords: PTSD, Medicine, Guns, War, Apocalypse, Urban, Revenge, Detectives, God, Drugs, Baltimore