RED SCREAM, THE by Mary Willis Walker


Mary Willis Walker
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Her Subject Is Murder -- Now It Could Be the Death Of Her...\n\nTough, stubborn, and as relentless as the oil drills that hammer her native Texas landscape, Molly Cates writes about death for Lone Star Monthly. The subject of her first book was Louis Bronk, a.k.a. The Texas Scalper, a brutal serial killer scheduled for execution. In a macabre gesture, Bronk has invited Molly to his last day on earth along with several of his victim's relatives.\n\nWith the execution only days away, Cates figures to write the last chapter on her disturbing relationship with the most evil human being she has ever known. Little does she expect she will face pressure to back off the story from the most unlikely sources: her boss at Lone Star Monthly and the husband of the woman whose murder got Bronk the death penalty. Then comes the poem from an anonymous letter writer whose lines contain a chilling message:\n\nNow that Louie's doomed to die I may give his craft a try.\n\nAnd when the first body turns up, Molly is forced to consider that Louie Bronk might be executed for the wrong reason -- and that a second killer is on the loose...