Young Helen Kipling's testimony sent the serial rapist/murderer Animal Sadac to prison the previous year but his conviction is reversed, and as he is being returned for re-trial he escapes and comes to Helen's ranch home to kill her, his only surviving victim. Still struggling to recover from the deep emotional scars resulting from being so brutally molested, and the impact of being seen by men as damaged goods unfit for marriage, she has just undertaken what she hopes will be the final stage of her rehabilitative efforts on the Frio River. Attempts by male officers to arrest or kill Sadac fail, convincing Helen she will die unless she devises a plan of her own to stop her psychopathic stalker. She lures Sadac out of hiding, but when the trooper friends guarding her are shot, she knows that unless she can overcome paralyzing panic long enough to complete her plan, she will be molested again and murdered.The structure had the appearance of very high deer blind, and although he had never used it for that purpose, he had sat ... in order to look through the windows to study the outer yards and pastures in case hea#39;d missed something the first time .
|Title||:||Showdown on the Frio|
|Publisher||:||Calvin Bowden - 2007-05-01|