By Greg Jolley
You could say that BB Danser started the ball rolling, as the patriarch, if you allow, of the eccentric and passionate and driven Dansers. This is his story, in his own words; a tale of his madness, passions, murders and the desperation to take flight and escape the confines of real and modern life.
The Girl in the Hotel
By Gregory French
Welcome to the secluded Hotel Or, deep in the jungles of coastal Mexico. The hotel is a criminal money making machine, a sausage grinder processing elderly retirees for savings and pensions. In walks Ed (Never Eddie) Rang, a young and resourceful eighteen-year-old girl, who first explores the deadly hotel before being trapped in its claws.
She is up against the hotel’s owner, Constance Snapp, a cruel and clever megalomaniac with a deadly clan of gypsies assisting in her evil and murderous profiteering. The hotel is rife with murderous misfits and its permanent residences, an assortment of wealthy recluses, some still sane, others as dangerous and mad as the hotel owner.
Ed teams up with Kazu Danser, an eleven-year-old Niños Asesinos(Child Assassins) on the run from the Federales. Together, the two are hell-bent on destroying the hotel and its menagerie of ghastly crimes. Vengeance fires their hearts as they wade deeper into the machine.
Lives needs to be saved.
The Hotel Or needs to be put down. Permanently.
Can they put the wrench to the machine, killing it forever?
Can they survive?
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