FRACTURED: A MYSTERY NOVEL OF THE NSIU (Navy Special Investigation Unit)

FRACTURED: A MYSTERY NOVEL OF THE NSIU (Navy Special Investigation Unit)

by Richard B Christie


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A truck traveling north near the Mexican border was required to stop for a security check by the Mexican Army. As the soldiers approached, the driver, without a word, suddenly committed suicide. The shocked soldiers then opened the back of the truck only to find it was full of twenty-eight assassinated human bodies, and a strange cargo of illegal drugs.

When they discovered that three of the bodies were Americans, and one of them was a diplomat, the U. S. Secretary of State asked the Navy Special Investigation Unit to work with a brilliant young Congresswoman and the FBI to find out what was the reason for it all and who was responsible.

The investigation followed an unusual trail, leading to a violent Mexican Cartel, illegal smuggling and export of opium, and the construction of an unknown project just ten miles south of the U.S. border.

As the search for an explanation progressed, some very unusual connections with people, in Mexico, Germany, Cuba, Russia, and India, began to surface. As question after question just kept throwing the search off the track, the investigators kept finding strange answers.

But when they looked at everything together, it seemed to lead to a potentially dangerous extorsion project that might bring down the American banking system and destroy the U.S. economy.

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ISBN-13: 9781955231008
Publisher: Book Chambers
Publication date: 03/22/2021
Pages: 296
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.62(d)

About the Author

Richard B. Christie had a long career, where he owned and operated a specialized testing company that commissioned, validated, and certified complex commercial and industrial environmental systems, including those for hospital surgeries, laboratories, pharmaceutical, and electronic research and manufacturing clean rooms. Working both domestic and international, it included many years of traveling and working abroad.

For more than 50 years, when at home, he spent most winter weekends as an active Certified Ski Patroller and member of the National Ski Patrol System.

Now retired, he and his wife Lee reside in Florida and travel the country in their RV with their dogs.

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