Victor Marrow was born and raised in the Bible Belt. Yes, he once had a mullet and it was majestic. He has been a janitor, housekeeper, pizza boy, and teacher. He has investigated dangerous parts of the U.S.-Mexico border, advocated for domestic violence victims, and worked with clients on all aspects of the justice spectrum. Exploring the limits of morality, crime, and violence make him a questionable dinner guest. He finds crowds and happiness awkward. He enjoys canvassing cemeteries, courtrooms, and the alleyways of civilization for signs of his tribe. The Pilgrim and The Prophet is his debut novel.