Vindication

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Author House, Aug 17, 2011 - Fiction - 296 pages
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Your elite team of security specialists has disbanded. When you need to contact them they are nowhere to be found. A call from the local authorities brings you to the morgue to find one team member dead. Another day goes by and another team member lies cold. A deadly chain of events transpires that proves everyone has been marked for death by an international death squad. Can you afford to meet them head on and alone? The authorities are pulled into the deadly game as a number of their men have also been targeted. The law asked for your help once before, but it ended in deception by them. You reluctantly agree to help them unaware that once you solve the crisis, they plan to get rid of you and your team once and for all.
 

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
3
Section 3
9
Section 4
39
Section 5
51
Section 6
59
Section 7
69
Section 8
73
Section 11
117
Section 12
121
Section 13
123
Section 14
179
Section 15
213
Section 16
219
Section 17
221
Section 18
235

Section 9
83
Section 10
105

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About the author (2011)

A Pacific Northwest native and an ex-Navy man, his home is now in Minnesota with his wonderful wife, Phyllis. He is a writer bringing into play situations that allow the reader an opportunity to reach deep within them, in fiction, to rekindle feelings and hidden emotions lost in the times. He is an avid golfer and thrives on competition. His spontaneous sense of humor keeps everyone around him very loose. A mechanical designer/draftsman by trade, his common sense approach to work and life makes his writings worth investigation. In 1998, while watching a movie, he made a comment that he could write a better plot than that. Phyllis said, “Why don’t you?” From that moment on, he began writing fiction novels that give you suspense, romance, twists, and plenty of action.

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