Hitchhiking Killer For Hire (Sharper Security)

| August 1, 2013


Hitchhiking Killer For Hire (Sharper Security)

Border Gangs? Special Forces?
A border gang beats Ex-Special Forces soldier Sam Harper and leaves him for dead in the desert. Sam must discover “Why?” in this story of government corruption and human smuggling in the near future west.

Dedicated to the memory of Louis L’Amour, consummate writer and fighter.

Warning: Story contains Human Wave genre action and adventure elements known to cause increased heart rate, lack of sleep and human sympathy.

A story of local corruption, human smuggling, kidnappers, and border truckers set in the desert along the Mexican-Arizona border.

Occurring well before the events in the book Sharper Security, this story explains how Sam Harper changed his plans from beach bum to Sovereign Security Company founder.

Contains Sam’s answers to questions like:

  • What if you woke up abandoned in the desert after being beaten by a gang of strangers? How would you survive and reach civilization?
  • If someone pointed a revolver at you during a truck-jacking, how would you disarm them?
  • If there was no time to summon the Feds, would you turn vigilante and fight corrupt cops? What if the CIA was after you at the same time?

Sharper Security Series Prequel
Prequel to the Sharper Security series, approximately 50 print pages in length, Hitchhiking Killer For Hire stands independently and is recommended as an introduction to the character Sam Harper.

From a series perspective, this story provides additional background on Sam, how he deals with trials, tribulations, setbacks and disappointment and how his goals change over time without changing his essential character.


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