The Foulks Rebellion

The Foulks Rebellion

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by Malcolm Berry
     
 

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An Assistant US Attorney is brutally murdered. Her boss, terrified of reprisals by federal agents, commits suicide. A convicted felon, imprisoned for involvement in mind-control research for the nation's largest communications network, vanishes.
In the face of blatant corruption in the White House, the President and Vice President are re-elected by the lowest voter

Overview

An Assistant US Attorney is brutally murdered. Her boss, terrified of reprisals by federal agents, commits suicide. A convicted felon, imprisoned for involvement in mind-control research for the nation's largest communications network, vanishes.
In the face of blatant corruption in the White House, the President and Vice President are re-elected by the lowest voter turnout in the nation's history. The country is erupting into chaos. Only one man stands between the crazed ambitions of the Vice President and total anarchy. Edwin Foulks, a strange and gifted figure, must risk his life and the life of a courageous Congressman in a desperate scheme to save the nation.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780615473086
Publisher:
Rutsatz Publishing
Publication date:
09/02/2011
Pages:
418
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.93(d)

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Malcolm Berry burst out of Girard College dazed and confused, and has spent many years writing novels, caring for family and others, and trying to keep his vulnerable body parts out of the fire. His credo in writing as in living has been to attempt - not always successfully - to not tarnish the image of your grandfather, your politician, your priest or your best girl in his fictional accounting of the sometimes rapturous, sometimes miserable human condition - the one we all hope like hell we are never caught admiring in the mirror.

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Foulks Rebellion 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Hummer62 More than 1 year ago
A quirky statement on the timeless hobby of political corruption. I thoroughly enjoyed the book