Lost Angel is a pulp-fiction mystery in which four characters, in four short stories, have their lives interweave with one another over 2,000 miles of Interstate-40.
The trip begins in the fall of 1976 with the formative years of a serial killer whom the media later call the Freeway Slasher. This megalomaniac is the terror that hides in the listener’s mind.
Fast forward to the year 2000, when a Cherokee woman named Arzula leaves San Diego on a trip to Oklahoma along I-40. Her journey brings her into contact with Mark, a gas station clerk, and Damon, a hitchhiker fresh out of the Navy. They cross paths, unaware of the tragic fate that waits further down the road.
The fast paced narrative, direct sentence structure, and short word vocabulary reflect the author’s journalistic style.
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