After many years of “retirement” Frank Kane agrees to save a friend’s granddaughter from being sold into a life of drugs, abuse, and the degradation of sexual slavery.
The Last Spartan
As the relentless enforcer for the Spartan motorcycle gang, Frank Kane cheated death so many times he came to personally understand what the Spartan poet meant when he said, “Stand straight in the front rank with your shield before you and see your life as your enemy; the darkness of death should be welcome as the light of the sun.” –Tyrtaios- Spartan poet (685 – 668 BC).
After many years of “retirement” Frank agrees to save a friend’s granddaughter from being sold into a life of drugs, abuse, and the degradation of sexual slavery.
As he searches the dark heart of Atlanta to save a child from falling into the hands of a monster, every brutal lesson his former life taught him about the art of survival and brute force comes into play as he races against time to rescue both his new friends and a naive country girl. Kane’s problem-solving methods are not for the faint of heart. This is the story of a man willing to spill as much blood as necessary, even his own, to administer his brand of deadly justice.