You’re on your way to a big business deal that’s going to put you on easy street; you’ll be set for life. You grab a bite to eat and flirt with the help and when they leave, you sum up the guts to approach them. But when you get outside, she’s being murdered. The killer runs off and you stand there. When the police arrive, what do you tell them? Well, Chad Bowman says nothing; he has more important things to do. At that moment, his life goes downhill, he losses one of his senses and someone or something is following him. Ain’t karma a . . .
“I looked at the art in this book and all I could compare it to was episodes of “The Twilight Zone” because it looked like real life but just off a bit, this added to the story. “