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When a beautiful and highly-intuitive small town police detective is presented with a third related murder, she tries to follow conventional police procedure, while the teenage boy who discovered the body possesses clues of his own that may lead directly to the serial killer, a mysterious figure with seemingly advanced medical knowledge, who enjoys torturing his victims in a particular cruel and sick manner. Clues and taunts left by the killer, along with the knowledge held by the teenager, cause the three characters to intersect in a dangerous game of cat and mouse.
Published December 08, 2018
SLOW DRiP is Mr. Polisano's FIRST published work with more to come.
Born and raised near Glendale California Mr. Polisano earned his BA degree in 1995 and an MBA in Business Management in 1998 while working full-time and raising three children with his wife Deborah. A career that spanned thirty-five years in the food and pharmaceutical industries as the National Sales Manager for two prominent and highly respected organizations, and as International Sales Manager for a third.
Besides a demanding work schedule that required frequent domestic and international travel, Mr. Polisano was a volunteer team member for the Ventura County Search & Rescue in the 1980's, a leader with the Boy Scouts of America in the 1990's, and later in the 2000's, serving as the School Board President of CBS Schools in Southern California.
A highly motivated self-starter, Mr. Polisano found it necessary to seek part-time work after retirement and moving to Northern Utah in 2014. Now, working just a day and a half a week in the field of pain/spine management, it has provided the perfect balance of relaxation and outdoor activities, while still serving others. A lifelong baseball fanatic, Mr. Polisano can be found in MLB ballparks throughout the country during the summer. Writing, golfing, outdoor activities, family time and traveling with his wife of thirty-four years are what the Polisano's define as "true happiness".
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