When Right Is Wrong

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E. Milton Klohn, May 1, 2006 - Fiction - 371 pages
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Politics, business and power heat to explosion when the Right Brigade, an influencial group of conservative industrialists finances a rouge Army unit to push right-wing agendas with military force. The Army assigns Captain Adam Packard, a tough survivalist to infiltrate the Right Brigade and take it down. Aided by his contact, Major Belinda Jackson, Packard must gain the confidence of the unit and it's leader, JoAnn Cleveland, and face a gamut of corruption and retribution that ends in betrayal, kidnapping and murder--from Cover.
 

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An avid reader of all kinds of fiction, Milt Klohn cut his authors teeth in the fields of banking and politics. He grew up in the Groveland Park neighborhood of St. Paul, Minnesota, and spent two years in the Army as a Sergeant in the Signal Corps. Returning to civilian service, he did a stint as an interior designer before embarking on a long career in banking. Along with lengthy service on health care boards, he conducted intensive lobbying of community banking issues at the state and national level. Four children and seven grandchildren later, he now lives with his wife, Dorothy, in Lake Elmo, Minnesota.

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