SWAMP MAN by Donald Goines

George Jackson was a “Swamp Man,” born and bred in Mississippi. He was a gentle young man who turned deadly as a water moccasin after he saw what the four hill boys did to his sister. They caught her soon after she got off the bus, home from he first year in college. When they were through with her, she let her mind shut down, fearing to remember. Slipping through the swaps like a ghost, George stalked them, one by one, two by two…

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