Oh Brother, Why?

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Author House, Dec 17, 2010 - Fiction - 156 pages
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The Book, 'OH BROTHER, WHY?' is about a retired Army sergeant who was shanghaid in front of his wife, taken to a military base, to find out that his long lost brother has surfaced as a self professed King  with a following of twelve disciples. Truely named. Simon, Andrew, James, John, Phillip, etc. 

King Mackenami arrived in London with eight of his bodyguards who are very skilled professionals and are planning a terrorist act against the Us and allies on the day of The Presidential election.

The Vice-President has asked Mike Thoreau to try to convince his brother by all means necessary to forgo bygones and return home.

With a week before election, Mike was rushed to a waiting Jetwhich took him across the mighty ocean to confront his brother who is bent on revenge for the death of his mother and father.

 

 

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
7
Section 3
13
Section 4
15
Section 5
17
Section 6
21
Section 7
25
Section 8
29
Section 13
65
Section 14
73
Section 15
81
Section 16
91
Section 17
103
Section 18
109
Section 19
113
Section 20
119

Section 9
33
Section 10
35
Section 11
43
Section 12
57
Section 21
125
Section 22
133
Section 23
139
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About the author (2010)

Melch Joyeux is a 60 year old retired military Master Sergeant who lives in Lawton, Oklahoma with his wife Anastasia who has supported him all the way with this book. He is dissabled and using only one hand to type . She quickly tells him when there is an error in spelling or a punctuation.

Melch is originally from the Caribbean Island of St.Lucia. An Elementary grade school teacher, a policeman and a prison officer. He came to the US for school where he was quickly involuntary drafted into the Army. He served 24 years with a tour in the dessert.

He has two children, a daughter who was born in England now lives in New York cityand another who lives in Lawton with her husband and two children

 

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