Dick Bronston: Los Angeles Liquidation [NOOK Book]

Overview

When he finds that the Great American Dream disappeared while he was overseas enforcing justice at the end of a gun, former CIA hitman Dick Bronston declares war on the corporate greed that killed it. First stop: Los Angeles, where an embezzler from little old ladies is set to do it again. But is the story as it first appears, or has Dick scratched the surface of something more?

Tor Richardson, author of "Mission: Malibu" and "Starting Over," ...
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Dick Bronston: Los Angeles Liquidation

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Overview

When he finds that the Great American Dream disappeared while he was overseas enforcing justice at the end of a gun, former CIA hitman Dick Bronston declares war on the corporate greed that killed it. First stop: Los Angeles, where an embezzler from little old ladies is set to do it again. But is the story as it first appears, or has Dick scratched the surface of something more?

Tor Richardson, author of "Mission: Malibu" and "Starting Over," begins a story of one man's crusade against the injustice that hides beyond the corporate veil. With hard action and high adventure, "Dick Bronston: Los Angeles Liquidation" is a tale that readers will enjoy to the very end.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014881166
  • Publisher: Grey Cat Press
  • Publication date: 8/16/2012
  • Series: Dick Bronston , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 60
  • Sales rank: 634,238
  • File size: 544 KB

Meet the Author

I'm Tor Richardson.

I was born and raised in Seattle. While I've traveled extensively throughout the United States, I still like Seattle a lot. I don’t live in the actual city, but I’m close enough to see it out the window—along with the mountains and the trees and the lakes and the blue skies... I mean... the rain. We don't have sunshine in Seattle (at least, that's what we tell everyone else).

Unlike most other writers, I don’t have a pet cat. Sorry to disappoint. My family did have a rather independent tomcat when I was young, however. He was king of all he surveyed. I once watched him drop from a tree onto the back of a dog who'd mistakenly invaded his backyard. He rode that black lab like a cowboy, using his rear claws as spurs and raking that poor dog's ears as the two of them went yowling back up the road. Mittens taught me that cats need room to roam. I don't have that right now, so no pet cat for this writer.

After college, I spent fifteen years working up the ladder in a big insurance company, mostly in the accounting area. During that time, I went out of my way to sneak time to write short stories, although not at work. It didn't take long to wonder if there might be another life for me besides that of a businessman. I guess we all know how that bit of wondering ended up. In the end, I became a full-time fiction writer who writes under several pen names.

Thank you for stopping by. Visit me anytime at www.TorRichardson.com.
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