CHAPTER 1: The Brothers Kozlov
One night, in the dead of darkness, a series of 18-wheelers barreled down the interstate from the Mexican border, turning onto the passway that would take people to San Juacinto. But, they weren't heading for San Juacinto. Instead, they were heading towards the port town of Turnago.
When the city was designed, the committee, at the time, was comrprised of three individuals. Each of them had their own somewhat grandiose vision for the city itself. The first was expecting it to comprise itself of suburbia in its form and presentation, with it being a resting place for people who would likely work elsewhere in the region, such as Corpus Christi or Brownsville. The second was hoping to use it as a harbor of some sort, well aware of the challenges that the barrier islands of Kenedy County had for anybody to want to go boating, but assumed that developing a channel between the islands would solve the problem in spite of environment