LOUIS N. JONES
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For this couple, the American dream just turned into a nightmare . .
Imagine that you are returning from a long trip. After the weariness
of your journey, you look forward to relaxing and spending time with
your family in your dream house.
Suddenly, while still on the
road, you get a harrowing call from a neighbor. Your house has been
broken into. And the intruders are still in the house. What would
you do? Would you call the police?
In the case of Jesse and
Jennifer Kane, the police can do nothing. The squatters seem to have
the law on their side, and they have no intention of leaving the
house. And they would do anything to stay.
two chapters from Godslaughter,
a suspense novel
The road appeared just like any other country road: one lane in
each direction, faded striping, lined with lanky loblolly pines
on both sides and illuminated only by the moonlight, when and if
the moon bothered to show up.