CODE NAME WOLFGIRL: LOST CHILDREN IN AMERICA
Near the wild national forests of northeastern Pennsylvania, a wolf girl is discovered hiding in a farmer’s barn. She is dangerous, beautiful and can’t speak. Named “Candy” for the way she gobbles down a chocolate bar, she is transferred to a treatment facility near Pittsburgh. No one knows who Candy is or where she comes from, but the center where she is interred begins round-the-clock psychiatric evaluation.
Months later, Candy is able to learn human speech and live in a monitored cottage on the center's ground. But she's still very much a wild creature, even if all-woman.
And why does the federal government have such a deep interest in Candy?
“Got it,” the SWAT trooper told her commander the moment the latch unlocked the door. She stepped back to let the commander open it.
The commander looked inside and saw one large workroom with some smaller rooms off to the side. From where he stood, he could see an elevator with boxes stacked to one side of the doors. Beyond them were thre……