Author: Robert Ferrigno

A nightmare killer is loose in the land of dreams-A murder/robbery on a stretch of beach just south of Laguna. A gang killing in Santa Ana. A young woman gunned down taking out the garbage. A high school track star shot during a dawn workout. A cook killed after work. A computer salesman found dead in a parking lot. A half dozen murders in the last month – unnoticed and un….Read More

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