A man craves revenge against a young woman but indirectly uses his enormous canine that ultimately wants to kill her. Which one survives?EXCERPT: "We hear a bellowing bark. At once, Hannibal releases my ravaged shoe. When he looks down from the roof of the Caterpillar, his thick chain flops over the edge and dangles in front of Sampson's face. Sampson continues to bark while he tries to climb, but his large size causes him to topple back down to the ground. He constantly jumps up against the side of the Caterpillar and ultimately clenches, between his teeth, the chain from Hannibal's collar. Sampson tugs like a plow, anchors his big front paws into the soft earth, and yanks and yanks while he watches Hannibal's head jerk downward, again and again. Hannibal resists, claws the metal roof, incessantly tries to heave Sampson's weight until the groaning body loses balance at the edge, drags off the Caterpillar roof, and lands with a loud thud into the dirt below."
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July 12, 2011
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