Nor Dark of Night

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AuthorHouse, Aug 10, 2005 - Fiction
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'Break the Postal Service monopoly!'  'Postal Reform!' 'Privatize!'
Deputy Postmaster General, Patricia Huff finds herself mulling over these words and phrases, being haunted by them. The U.S. Postal Service is up for grabs—privatization is a nasty word for this governmental agency.
With the combined efforts of the Postmaster General, Gerald Brockton and a few 'strange bedfellows' who stand to gain billions from the Postal Service's demise—He, along with these forces stand galvanized in the wings waiting to pick the bones of their blue eagle prey.
Patricia gets wind of the conspiracy and vows 'not on my watch!'  However, with all her demanding agenda to save the Postal Service from annihilation, her very own existence is threatened—her husband, an alluring and successful DC attorney is the leading suspect.

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