Not All Monsters Are Created Equal.
Cane was supposed to be out of sight. His most important asset has always been his anonymity, spanning back to his days as an assassin for the U.S. government. But when he finds a cassette player taped to the bumper of his vehicle, he realizes someone not only knows what car he drives, but the routes he takes, as well as what’s most important to him. He’s compelled to listen to the message on the tape, but deep-down, he knows that once he does, his life will never be the same again.
And he’s right.
The voice on the cassette player not only knows far too much about him, but also offers evidence of a dangerous group of terrorists spreading across the country.
An apocalyptic threat is looming…
Cane embarks on a series of tasks to uncover their sinister plans.
An important ally…
Cane is led to recruit the help of Daniel, a colossal man with a violent past, who’s currently serving time for murder.
Sometimes it takes one monster, or two, to kill others…
Cane and Daniel may be the only ones capable of stopping the terrorists, but they’re badly outnumbered.
And that’s just how they like it.
Cane is a ruthless assassin, trained from birth by a clandestine government program. After it’s forced to shut down, he becomes one of the world’s most wanted men. But hiding in the shadows is boring; Cane longs to feel the same rush he did when hunting down the most dangerous men in the world, so for years he’s searched for work worthy of his talents.
Helping find missing children seemed like a worthy cause, even though his agreement with a Miami detective forbade him from doling out his brand of justice to the ones responsible.
Years of dealing with the underbelly of society, sickos, perverts, and predators have weighed heavily on him, and when he stumbles upon a sadistic family responsible for the suffering of a growing number of children, he finds it increasingly difficult to restrain himself.
His agreement would have him simply notify the police, but this psychotic family deserves more than prison.
They deserve condemnation.
Or better yet, CaneDemnation.
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