A Real Nightmare

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Xlibris Corporation, Aug 22, 2011 - Fiction - 214 pages
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A popular and strong advocate of protecting our environment, Boston Mayor, Richard Bronsky is shot and killed while he rides with the just victorious NBA champion Boston Celtics in their Duck Boat parade. The Boston police, with cooperation from other Massachusetts and New Hampshire police departments, suddenly find themselves deep into an investigation as to who and why this former State Senator, who only recently left his job as head of the Washington D.C. EPA, and was just elected Boston's Mayor, would unbelievably be shot and killed in front of the Taj Hotel on Tremont Street in downtown Boston. Sergeant Eric Smothers expertly coordinates this exhaustive investigation, which also involves a traumatic related house torching of a Falmouth, Ma., very active woman, who loudly supports the progression of the Cape Cod Wind Farm project. Three anti-environmental groups and their outspoken leaders are investigated and they, and some of their hired involved followers do not rule out arson or murder or the bombing of a police patrol car, to stand in the way of their anti-environmental goals and their economic windfalls. Smothers and stunningly attractive Boston Police Lieutenant Sandra Graham somehow find their off duty attraction to each other becomes much more than, off with his tie, and off with her high heels, as the moonlight floods Sandra's harbor side apartment. The sergeant finds the lieutenant striking beautiful and irresistible, both in and out of uniform. This a story of well financed bad guy's and their goals, going up against a coordinated effort by determined law enforcement officers to bring the evasive law breakers to court and prosecution. The trail of the bad guys leads all over Massachusetts, parts of New Hampshire and into other parts of the United States, and even into an island in the Bahamas.
 

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Contents

Prologue
9
Part I
13
Part II
25
Part III
67
Part IV
85
Part V
99
Part VI
127
Part VII
149
Part VIII
177
Part IX
199
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