Death By Design

Death By Design

by Sebastian V. Pym

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Overview

Over the past seventy-five years, the Japanese government has refused to apologize to the United States government for decimating Pearl Harbor on Sunday, December 7, 1941. But while most Americans, now three generations hence, know little about that tragedy, not all, especially the aging veterans, have forgotten. Their just due is in this book. And so, as a Canadian who has studied that slice of American history rather extensively, as well as the historically murderous mindset of the Japanese military, and particularly though a foreign spirited American disciple, I felt it incumbent upon me to make right that wrong committed against America's very soul. The American president of that era, FDR, said that "There shall be no more days of infamy." To memorialize those words for all time, it became imperative to give them both a greater weight than they have ever had, and a warning to any other State so inclined that the soul of America is fully resurrected to where any such future intent, potential or actual, will be unapologetically met with its "Death by Design."

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158563737
Publisher: Page Publishing, Inc.
Publication date: 10/03/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 244
File size: 341 KB

About the Author

Sebastian Pym was born in Canada. Following his graduation, he did contractual economic work in East Africa. Completing that research, he returned to Canada where he began a long career in property management for the next thirty-three years in both Canada and the United States. Retiring from that world, he began to do photography. Combined with that, he also undertook a career in writing. His first work “The Germlords” was published in 2014. “Death by Design” is his second novel. The third work, non-fiction, “The Abuse of the Innocents” has just been completed.
In addition to these, he has also written a number of essays. They include an open letter to Norman Rockwell, “The Rigors of Misplaced Faith,” and “A Majority of One.” The latter is about a former Ford Motors official and her struggle to survive a tragic car accident and the formidable medical issues she had to endure.
Not being satisfied with retirement, he returned to the property management world on a part-time basis. He now lives in Ontario, Canada.

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