Bottomline: Good Men do Evil Deeds.

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AuthorHouse, Mar 5, 2007 - Fiction - 344 pages
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Sam Archer a high-ranking government official only had one desire in life -to be a hero, even an unsung one would do.   He was a well respected man in his right, a church -going family man, and loyal friend.  A man of moral ethics with a plan to alleviate a burden on society. However, Sam stepped over the line and  ignored a commandment: “Thou shall not kill.”  Not one murder, but  thousands.    He and his cohorts believed they were doing what was necessary.  Eliminating the overlooked seniors the government took care of financially.  Ones who had no dependants to count on.    It was working until greed set in and another expanded the program beyond it's orginal intentions..   


The author hopes you will find the anger, tears, romance and even a little humor locked in this story but also the wisdom to guard against the possibility of this  happening.


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M.A. Sweller is an U.S. Air Force Vietnam-era Veteran with degrees in Criminology and Social Science. She worked in Corporate Security while raising her three children and being a wife for 35 years to a commercial pilot. Michelle presently resides in Lone Tree, Colorado. Bottomline is her first novel and is on the verge of completing a second thriller.

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