Hidden Identity

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AuthorHouse, Apr 16, 2010 - Fiction - 292 pages
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Joe Jackson receives a letter saying he stands to benefit financially if he flies from England to the US to visit a dying man he met at his mother’s funeral, a wealthy businessman with personal things he wants to share with Joe. Secrets of the past gradually unfold.  Authorities from Australia and the US have an interest in the man’s affairs and Joe is questioned about a body found in Western Australia. This is a story of opportunism and greed which leads the unsuspecting Joe into a world of shady business dealings, corruption and murder as he becomes embroiled in the FBI’s attempts to uncover Mafia racketeering, testing his courage and putting his life in danger.

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About the author (2010)

Ralph Alcock lives in Staffordshire, England with his family. Born in Yorkshire in 1946, he has held academic posts in Scotland, Ireland, Australia and the United States. Ralph was a researcher at Rutgers University in New Jersey and a Professor of Agricultural Engineering at South Dakota State University. He was principal of a land-based college in the UK, and now consults on tertiary education and sustainable development.  Ralph is currently working on his next novel called The Loving Son which also involves murder and family intrigue and is similarly set in the United States.

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