by Jerrold Mundis
A savagely real novel of degradation, violence and slaves without chains.They were the hunted, the outcasts. There was no place for them in the white world. They were free black men and women driven to a womb of hell by incredible brutality - and their only salvation lay in the merciless justice of the swamp itself. They were black, ruthless, deadly and waiting . . . and one day the hunters came.