A Breach of Immunity
Cameron Collins is a businessman of epic dimensions; the skyline of Dallas has been influenced by his hand and his holdings. "A Breach of Immunity" is his story, one that traverses the heartbreak of his only child’s death.
The story traces the continuum of Cameron’s wealthy, advantaged background, his placid marriage, and his one true joy, his daughter. When she is torn from his life, his existence becomes one of hatred and dejection, and he stumbles through the foreign territory of the humble man desperately searching for answers.
Cameron’s daughter, Elaine Collins, has been murdered near her prestigious college campus. A suspect named Ricardo Montero is quickly taken into custody. Cameron leaves his home, his business, and his wife, to be closer to the proceedings. He sets up a makeshift residence in Miami, accompanied only by his trusted employee, Scotty McPherson. Cameron’s nemesis in business, Terrence Mobley, is an attorney and aspiring politician. He agrees to represent the defendant. Outraged, Cameron confronts him throughout the story, and the two square off, vowing to stop at nothing to protect their polar opposite interests.
As the months pass and the certainty of the trial evaporates, Cameron begins to lose hope of ever finding answers about the crime which has altered so many lives. Follow Collins through the chaos of stunning twists and turns, as a hurricane ravages his city, a prison hit shocks the community, and a scandal of tremendous proportions is revealed.
"A Breach of Immunity" won 2nd place in the Royal Palm Literary Contest (2009), for unpublished Mainstream novel.
- Timothy Bullard, January 2012
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