The re-edited and proofread version of 'Crime Frontiers' is an intriguing and controversial crime thriller/human interest story, based around the legally protected 'Crime Frontiers, ' a confidential advice-line for potential criminals, it's like 'Victim Support' except it's for the potential perpetrators of crime. The pivotal and intriguing drama of the story, which threatens the very existence of Crime Frontiers, emanates from Steven, who is already a full-blown serial killer. In a fit of vanity ("It is my most loyal trait in this disloyal life!"), Steven threatens, that unless Sandra (and Crime Frontiers) break their code of, absolute confidentiality, by giving his mobile number (that can be traced and Geo-tracked by the police), then he will trace, track and kill Sandra's co-workers! The humane interest of the story revolves around the Crime Frontier's adviser/negotiators, Andy and Sandra (who add a dash of romance), and their respective dealings with, George, a sex offender, and Trish-trash-Trisha, a drug-addicted prostitute. The relationships between the advisors and their clients, and the questioning of their intended crime/s, also poses the controversial question to the reader and society. In that, if such a (legally protected) advice service is not eventually allowed to exist in reality; then society may well be refusing all potential criminals, a last opportunity to talk with a trusted adviser - before they have condemned themselves and their victim/s, to realities of the intend crime/s!