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Ted Bronson is a Vietnam combat veteran suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms. He and his wife Michelle are private investigators specializing in financial investigations. They have been looking into allegations that there is corruption in the handling of public employee pension funds in California. Ted isn't sure the charges have any merit, but decides to run the scenario by a friend who is a financial whiz. When he arrives at the man's office he finds the police on the scene and his friend ...

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Ted Bronson is a Vietnam combat veteran suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms. He and his wife Michelle are private investigators specializing in financial investigations. They have been looking into allegations that there is corruption in the handling of public employee pension funds in California. Ted isn't sure the charges have any merit, but decides to run the scenario by a friend who is a financial whiz. When he arrives at the man's office he finds the police on the scene and his friend dead, an apparent suicide. Ted is questioned and provides vague answers, not wanting to expose the real reason for the meeting. Everything changes a few hours later, however, when his friend's death is reclassified as a murder. The Bronsons are drawn ever deeper into the investigation. It is a journey from which there is no return, and one that may very well destroy them both.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781413728910
  • Publisher: Publish America
  • Publication date: 10/17/2004
  • Pages: 252
  • Product dimensions: 0.57 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 6.00 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 12, 2004

    All too believable

    Private investigator Ted Bronson and his wife Michelle stumble onto a series of murders that point to criminal activity at the upper echelon of the corporate world. When Ted and Michelle agree to assist the Dallas police department and FBI in a joint investigation, their marriage suddenly begins to disintegrate. Battling post traumatic stress from the Viet Nam conflict, Ted struggles to determine if his marital problems are a result of his mental illness, or if handsome FBI agent David Gorman is to blame. Pension is a psychological thriller packed with richly defined characters caught in a web of deceit and treachery. Author Dennis Griffin captures the reader¿s imagination with an all too believable story given current events surrounding real-world corporate scandals. Dennis Royer Author of Stranger

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