Malfeasance

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iUniverse, Jun 1, 2002 - Fiction - 584 pages
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The members of two dysfunctional criminal organizations operating on either side of the Mississippi River at St. Louis become trapped by fate between outcast FBI agents and a local militia group. Mix in a daring, yet largely involuntary, escape orchestrated by two competing Colombian drug cartels, an introverted accountant, his floozy girlfriend who has a serious drinking problem, one mysterious helicopter pilot, the leader of a large Baptist church, several unsuspecting federal prisoners, and a disabled former FBI agent and all hell breaks loose in the shadow of the Gateway Arch.
 

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Contents

Rules of Engagement
1
Cop Land
7
Interdiction
23
Where They Least Expect It
33
The Stakeout
61
Even the Best Laid Plans
73
A Night on the Town
89
A Wing and a Prayer
99
Pancake Breakfast
333
High Anxiety
341
What One Man Can Do
351
A Mans Got to Know His Limitations
359
Down by the River
373
Down on the Farm
381
The Walls Have Ears
391
If It Looks Like a Duck
403

One Small Mistake
111
Onward Christian Soldiers
123
It Feels Good to be a Gangster
135
Here Come Dah Judge
151
Alphonse and Gaston
161
Out of the Frying Pan
169
Thieves in the Night
175
A Big Surprise
187
Organized Confusion
193
Bad News Travels Slowly
203
SecondStory Men
215
Jailhouse Blues
225
Birds of a Feather
235
Misdirection
247
Somethings Rotten
257
Even the Doctor is Sick
273
Sleep with One Eye Open
283
Whose Side Are You On?
291
The Scene of the Crime
297
Plans Within Plans
305
Special Delivery
315
Its All the Rage
325
The Ambush
409
Whos On First?
417
Long Time No See
425
Debit One Prisoner
435
Walk This Way
443
What a Relief
453
Special Delivery
459
Better Late Than Never
467
The Falcon and the Snowmen
475
Fame
485
Run Like Hell
497
Takin Care of Business
507
Strange Bedfellows
517
Quid Pro Quo
525
Interdiction
533
Check Mate
541
In for a Penny In for a Pound
547
A Fair Wind
557
Epilogue
561
About the Author
563
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Wollrab has published scientific papers on chemical lasers and a treatise on molecular spectroscopy, developed internet software solutions, played professional baseball and argued civil and criminal cases in federal and state jurisdictions. Spent over 20 years in the private practice of law.

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