By Art Cerf
Carlotta was a killer. Ruthless, relentless and no regrets.
She had been that way it seems forever, and she never considered being anything else. And if she had children, she assumed that they would be killers, too.
And she showed no bigotry in selecting her victims, black or white, rich or poor, Christian, Muslim or Jew.
She had her next victim in sight. Sure, he carried a wicked-looking pocket knife and a concealed carry Glock but to no avail.
She’s simply sneak into his office or home and hide, waiting for him to accidentally brush against her.
Carlotta, the killer…virus.