What worries you?
Nothing. I'm disgusted by the fact Nachine may know I am still alive and she is waiting to ambush me. She thinks she has the right to finish me off after she has killed my family. She feels safe and righteous. She's a cutthroat who has out live her life span. She's nearly in her seventies or eighties.
Did you have a relationship with her grandson Lando Rivera and her son Goyo Bautista?
I'm not the nasty one here. Nachine slept with her daughter Zetta's husband to have Goyo. I've enjoyed my relationship with Goyo because I'm convincing him to kill his mother off. There's never too many bullets aim at Nachine.
What are your future plans?
I want to murder what is left of the Nachine's family. I'm not afraid of Zetta or Valerian coming after me. I have to make sure Nachine go first just to see Zetta riding the coffin down. She can't function without her mother. And Valerian won't be so respected in the corporation.
Is Goyo included?
What gives you the right to murder?
Life has no value. It is who you are. I'm somebody who doesn't give care how I get what I want. I don't get caught. I deserve success in all my plans.
Do you think anyone can stop you? Like Brice Frankel?
No. Brice Frankel came to me for help. I'm doing the justice that's need to be done.
Why did Brice Frankel come to you for help?
Reader discretion is advised.
The novel One Death At A Time (work in progress) conveys a hopeful message that Detroit can overcome it's problems.