A Trace Element

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AuthorHouse, Aug 1, 2002 - Fiction - 300 pages
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Young Frank Granstino knew that selling life insurance would be a tough business even though he had only started selling six months before. But he never thought that it could cost him his life. After all, who knew that Tony Vongemi, the restaurant owner who had been feeding Frank people to write insurance on, was in the Mob?

Not until Frank's clients start dying does he realize that something is very wrong, and the Vongemi Family is involved. Frank soon realizes that he s at the point of no return. And to the Vongemi Family, one day he, too, will be Better Off Dead.

This fiction adventure takes place in Brooklyn, New York. Frank realizes his time is running out. He must do something, but what? How can he go up against the powerful Mafia Family? Frank comes up with a brilliant plan and means of escape. But something goes terribly wrong. Will Frank be just another accident? This action packed adventure will keep you on the edge of your seat.

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About the author (2002)

Ritter, a Southern California native who lived in Beverly Hills, came to prominence for his role in the TV hit "Three's Company" and had appeared in more than 25 television movies and a number of films. Ritter was the youngest son of western film star Tex Ritter. He graduated from Hollywood High School and earned a degree in drama from the University of Southern California. He received an Emmy and other awards for his "Three's Company" role and was honored by the Los Angeles Music Center in June 2003 with a lifetime achievement award.

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