Going To Jamaica

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iUniverse, Jul 19, 2007 - Fiction - 142 pages
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Going to Jamaica is a political thriller about a lawyer, city councilman, womanizer, and generally irresponsible guy whose chance meeting with a beautiful woman in the courthouse leads to an incident that threatens his world and changes his future.

As Attorney Louis Del Corso's career advances from private practice into public politics, he unknowingly surrounds himself with dubious allies who, even as they protect his interests, lead him into a complex web of corruption. As Del Corso's career catapults him into the highest levels of state government, his past begins to catch up with him and the life he has worked so hard to build begins to unravel.

Alex Menza's Going to Jamaica explores the conflicting roles that loyalty, passion, greed, and corruption play-and the havoc they wreak-on one man's career. With decades of extensive hands-on experience in state government and local politics, Menza provides rare, unsettling, and often humorous insights into underlying political mechanisms that affect us all.

 

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Contents

CHAPTER 1
1
CHAPTER 2
10
CHAPTER 3
14
CHAPTER 4
16
CHAPTER 5
19
CHAPTER 6
22
CHAPTER 7
26
CHAPTER 8
29
CHAPTER 20
67
CHAPTER 21
70
CHAPTER 22
74
CHAPTER 23
78
CHAPTER 24
85
CHAPTER 25
93
CHAPTER 26
95
CHAPTER 27
97

CHAPTER 9
32
CHAPTER 10
35
CHAPTER 11
40
CHAPTER 12
44
CHAPTER 13
46
CHAPTER 14
50
CHAPTER 15
53
CHAPTER 16
55
CHAPTER 17
58
CHAPTER 18
61
CHAPTER 19
65
CHAPTER 28
103
CHAPTER 29
107
CHAPTER 30
109
CHAPTER 31
115
CHAPTER 32
117
CHAPTER 33
121
CHAPTER 34
125
CHAPTER 35
129
CHAPTER 36
133
Back Cover
137
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