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Killer Kills the Coopers in Middle America

Killer Kills the Coopers in Middle America

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Published by Joshua Allen
My first novel (written in 2005 and buried) come to light. It's been gathering dust, figured I'd air it out. At the time of writing, I had never heard of a comic book series called Wanted, and this "killer" has nothing to do with that one. For more info on my work, visit http://joshuallen.blogspot.com. I welcome any constructive comments as well. This is a rough draft, so bear with me. Fair warning: contains graphic sex, homosexual encounters, murder, drug use, and anything else I could think over the mad 4 days I wrote it.
My first novel (written in 2005 and buried) come to light. It's been gathering dust, figured I'd air it out. At the time of writing, I had never heard of a comic book series called Wanted, and this "killer" has nothing to do with that one. For more info on my work, visit http://joshuallen.blogspot.com. I welcome any constructive comments as well. This is a rough draft, so bear with me. Fair warning: contains graphic sex, homosexual encounters, murder, drug use, and anything else I could think over the mad 4 days I wrote it.

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Published by: Joshua Allen on Jun 18, 2009
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booming and the medium-sized cities were where the boom was

biggest. Alternatively, the Coopers had moved to Middle America

from Urban America in the eighties, when real estate prices were

low. They came from long lines of Rural/Urban dwellers who

learned early on to pull themselves up by their bootstraps and

work seventeen-hour days to feed extended families of at least

ten people. The Cooper men were known for their industrious

attitude. The Cooper women were known for running tight

households and for superb child-rearing. The Coopers came from

the Old Country at the height of the Industrial Revolution. They

were originally called the Coopersteins.

Jim--Bob, of course I mean--was an actuary, a mid-level one

who would never pass all the tests necessary for full induction

into the Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS). His numbers were

always correct, though his formulas were not innovative. The

company he worked for was moderately successful and every month

Bob received no recognition for outstanding achievement because

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