Right out of the pages of current newspapers, "A Secret In Black" tells a story forbidden by the biased news media.
In 2016, six retired federal agents decided to do their part in making the world a better place. They were frustrated as active agents when criminals were released on technicalities or by scamming the justice system.
Caught up in the controversial presidential election process with more and more dirty tricks and criminal acts by the party leaders, they struggle to survive while punishing the guilty.
A newspaper reporter trys to aid them without knowing how the secret men in black are able to function in this murky world of intrigue. Their clever responses to various threats gain them respect and wide favor within the ranks of the police.
Their clandestine operation is frustrated as their age catches up with them. They wonder if they should re-retire before they get killed.
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About the Author
Michael Don Fess, an author since the early 1990s, has over twenty published books to his credit. His favorite genre is mystery novels, but has published some non-fiction books. He is a informative speaker at civic clubs and is an accomplished artist. His popular Caribbean Mystery series consist of four books and the historical fiction series about the wild Louisiana politics in 1964 is a three book series. The latest series about "The Secret DNA Code" has a sequel, "The DNA Conspiracy."