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MYRNA - Prologue

Adam Hunter was a man on the run, and he knew he had to get to a district where he could fade into the background. A district where no one cared about his past, about his criminal record. It felt as if he had been running his whole life. At age 12 he got caught stealing food from the mart to feed him and his mom, and it wasn’t the first time he’d done it nor the last. Being the head of his house was inevitable after his father left, and his mother’s failed suicide attempt which made her non-responsive. She couldn’t feed herself, dress or bathe herself. At the meager age of seven, Adam Hunter had to grow up. He couldn’t work, because the law said he was too young. So without a penny to their name, he took to taking what was needed for the Hunter home.

After his mother died when he was 15, he didn’t know what to do with himself so he just kept doing what he was good at. Where he went wrong with his life was when he decided he wanted more. He’d always been poor, and he decided …