The day Laura Crewes was named the town's Beauty Queen was also the day she was seized, blindfolded and cruelly violated. Only the fact that she never saw her violator's face saved her life. But the fiend didn't know that the attack would arouse the tigress in Laura, and that she would throw all caution aside to identify and prosecute him. As a consequence, her impassioned manhunt only aroused him to further heights of criminal desire. On the hour that the two finally met face to face, the town awoke to a shocking new lesson in the anatomy of violence.
by Charles Runyon
by Charles Dickens
by Charles Darwin
by Charles W. Chesnutt
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