Young, beautiful, and fearfully abused, Mona was the kind of girl even a hard man like Dillon couldn't bring himself to use. But when Mona told him about the vicious aunt who had turned her into something little better than a prostitute--and about the money the old lady has stashed away--Dillon found it surprisingly easy to kill for her.
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'Dolly' Dillon sells cheap goods, door to door, for the Pay-E-Zee stores, to those who can't get credit anywhere else. He isn't so many rungs higher on the social ladder than the deadbeats and no-hopers he sells to, and he's been systematically skimming the accounts, but when he sees Mona Farrell he is moved to an uncharacteristic act of kindness by her vulnerability. It changes his life - for this is a woman worth killing for.… (more)