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The Scent - Prey: Chapter Four Ernest Grant

The Scent - Prey: Chapter Four

Ernest Grant

Published May 6th 2015
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Kindle Edition
22 pages
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For the homeless pair, Tiffany Heredia and Chris Melvani, an dark, dangerous and unexpected encounter starts bringing things to light.Jay Fant smells and finds the dead. Unlike everyone else, since childhood, Johns been able to dissect the odors ofMoreFor the homeless pair, Tiffany Heredia and Chris Melvani, an dark, dangerous and unexpected encounter starts bringing things to light.Jay Fant smells and finds the dead. Unlike everyone else, since childhood, Johns been able to dissect the odors of death, and then, been able to lead or direct people to it. For those he helps its a miracle - for him, it can become a curse.-- If you remember and enjoy free serial chapters reminiscent of the days of weekly comic books and exciting series adventure movie shorts, if you like tales leaving you wanting and panting for the next release, follow the Fabled Figments Chapter-to-Chapter series adventure of “The Scent.”-- Born with what some would call a seventh sense, John Fant knows and smells death.-- With his uncanny olfactory ability making him an expert in knowing and finding the dead and dying, John Fant along with his longtime friend, Detective Jason Hazard has already started their journey.-- Their objective?-- A vile serial murderer is quietly running amok and on a veiled killing spree in the unknowing city and population of San Diego. Both friends must find the demented and vicious slayer before his growing madness allows him to kill hundreds. Complicating matters, John suspects he’s discovered a new smell of death, one never scented before.-- Chapter IV, “Prey” finds Tiffany Heredia and Chris Melvani homeless in the city’s downtown. Things don’t always go well for the homeless – as both Tiffany and Chris discover.-- “For most, the world seems sweet, but things sour quickly when your game is to smell death.”