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Trafford Publishing, Mar 1, 2002 - Fiction - 161 pages
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Neil is the epic, pointless and funny story of a guy named Neil. His adventure starts when he argues with himself and falls into some quicksand- then things get bad. He meets up with Steve, a guy who got flushed down a toilet and talks to a coconut with an identity crisis. The story takes place in the Bermuda Triangle, Nebraska and even the future.

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About the author (2002)

As a Special Agent of the Secret Service on the White House Detail, Gerald "Jerry" Blaine had the privilege of serving three U.S. presidents during one of the most tumultuous times in American history. After resigning from the Secret Service following John F. Kennedy's assassination, Blaine embarked on a career path with IBM Corporation and became a leading expert in high-level security, lecturing worldwide on the use of computers in Criminal Justice and Intelligence. In 1990, Blaine retired from IBM and joined ARCO International Oil and Gas in Dallas, Texas as the Director of International Security, Government Relations and Foreign Affairs. After retiring from ARCO in 1999 Blaine spent four years with Hill & Associates, an Asian-based consulting company, as a Senior Consultant, and finally retired from the corporate world in 2003. He now lives in in Grand Junction, Colorado with Joyce, his wife of more than fifty years. The couple has two children and four grandchildren.

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