The Caul, A Trilogy. Part Iii, Good Vs. Evil

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Part III of this trilogy begins with the surprising discovery that James Markham has a half-sister residing in San Diego, California and during his fateful visit he finds himself in the middle of a robbery case that demands his involvement in freeing an innocent man from prison. His unwitting exposure to the media places Markham in the cross-hairs of former enemy terrorists whose several attempts on his life nearly cause his demise. Nonetheless, Markham survives to pursue further challenges that fate places ...
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Overview

Part III of this trilogy begins with the surprising discovery that James Markham has a half-sister residing in San Diego, California and during his fateful visit he finds himself in the middle of a robbery case that demands his involvement in freeing an innocent man from prison. His unwitting exposure to the media places Markham in the cross-hairs of former enemy terrorists whose several attempts on his life nearly cause his demise. Nonetheless, Markham survives to pursue further challenges that fate places before him while it sets the stage for his eventual confrontation as the Biblical Truth-Seeker with the most powerful American politician identified in the Bible Code by the Secret Society of Jesuits as the Anti-Christ.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781419626746
  • Publisher: BookSurge, LLC
  • Publication date: 5/18/2006
  • Pages: 310
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.65 (d)

Meet the Author

James Allan Matte

The author, born in Brooklyn, New York during the Great Depression, spent his adolescence in Montreal, Canada where he was educated in French Canadian schools. Three years after his return to New York, the Korean War was declared and the author was inducted in the United States Air Force where he eventually became an intelligence specialist using his fluency in French to collect strategic information for the OSI in France. His demonstrated talent for counterintelligence resulted in his acceptance at the United States Air Force Office of Special Investigations (OSI) Academy in Washington, DC and graduation as an OSI Special Agent and in that capacity he conducted criminal, counterintelligence and personnel security investigations. Seven years later, he accepted a commission with the United States Army Criminal Investigations Division Command and served honorably as a Special Agent of the C.I.D. It is during that last assignment that the author attended the Backster School of Lie Detection in New York City and shortly thereafter retired from the United States Army to become a full-time civilian polygraphist, a profession he found most suitable to his innate abilities and previous experience as a special agent. In the three decades that followed, the author distinguished himself by developing unique psychological techniques and formats that significantly advanced the discipline of forensic psychophysiology and his field research resulted in the publication of many articles and several textbooks that are currently being utilized in accredited polygraph schools throughout the world. The author was honored for his distinguished achievements in research, teaching and writing by the American Polygraph Association in 1997 with the John E. Reid Memorial Award, and in 2003 he was presented with the Robert & Mary Ann Henson Memorial Award as the Outstanding Graduate of the Backster School of Lie Detection. The author has now embarked on a new career as a novelist using his real-life experiences to expose the evil that permeates the world and celebrate the gallant, courageous individuals who devote their lives with a true moral compass to the protection of our freedom and safety. For more information about the author please visit website: http://www.jampublications.com.

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