Framing the Dialogue

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The Kill Switch

kill switch“Through the snow-covered fur, he felt the tense muscles of the small Belgian shepherd, Kane was a military working dog, a Belgian Malinois, paired years ago with Tucker back in Afghanistan.  After Tucker left the service, he took Kane with him.  They were bound together tighter than any leash, each capable of reading the other, a communication that went beyond any spoken word or hand signal.”

Altar of Eden

altar of eden

In Altar of Eden, a storm-damaged fishing trawler in the wilds of Louisiana bring two old acquaintances back together.  One a former marine who now works for the U.S. Border Patrol and the other is a veterinarian/scientist working to preserve species before they become extinct.  The things they encounter on that ship shock them, but even more there are those who are hell bent on keeping the world from discovering what was on board.