Milton Stone is a doctor in Brooklyn who is dealing in drugs. His partner Finn McCoole has control of several bars and strip clubs where the drugs are sold. Nick Morosco is the bagman who has been skimming some of the profits of the drugs. On the night of the wedding of Stone's daughter Karen and Herb Fishman, a body was found. The body is Nick Morosco. Stone and McCoole have a falling out that only escalates. Meanwhile, an Israeli named Ari Habbib has been radicalized by ISIS and is planting bombs in New York City. Will the doctor be indicted for dealing in drugs and murder? Will the terrorist Ari Habbib be brought to justice? Overlooking the Obvious will answer these questions in the end.
|Publisher:||Absolutely Amazing eBooks|
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About the Author
James R. Fox received an Associate Liberal Arts degree from Queens Borough Community College. Now retired, he devotes his attention to writing, music, photography, traveling, and reading. Among his publications are The Wake, Wisdom of Wishes, Christmas Eve, and The Map of the Carpenter. His "Key West" was selected for inclusion in The 2013 Robert Frost International Poetry and Haiku Contest anthology.