Two men. One is a professional hit man, who is white-knuckle driving. The other, a kid-not yet a man but no longer a boy -who is in over his head. Patience is wearing thin, and there is full-blown paranoia. A long desolate drive into darkness. Racing against time. A body in the trunk. The only problem is . . . the body isn't dead. Originally written in screenplay format, author Marc Morano takes you into the mind of murder, madness, and paranoia on the open, empty road. Feel the tension as you join two men . . . driving into darkness.
Born and raised in Clifton, New Jersey, Marc Morano has studied at the Art Institute of Philadelphia, William Paterson University and The New School in Manhattan. He also has several course certificates from Catholic Distance University. Morano has worked as an assistant on several independent low-budget film projects, and now enjoys writing. His previous work is "Bad Street", published in 2016. Morano currently lives in northern New Jersey with his daughter, Maci.