Labyrinth A.V. Adler

ISBN: 9781587364136

Published: February 28th 2005

Paperback

216 pages


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Labyrinth  by  A.V. Adler

Labyrinth by A.V. Adler
February 28th 2005 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 216 pages | ISBN: 9781587364136 | 10.13 Mb

Who is responsible? Is anyone responsible? While these two questions reverberate across the country and no one answers except to say Not me, this political suspense novel explores what is wrong and right in America prior to the mid-term electionsMoreWho is responsible? Is anyone responsible? While these two questions reverberate across the country and no one answers except to say Not me, this political suspense novel explores what is wrong and right in America prior to the mid-term elections in 2006.

Through the coming together of a diligent homicide detective, a beautiful and brilliant defense attorney, and a zealous FBI agent, in a most unlikely setting-an isolated, historical, tourist destination island on the Great Lakes-the hypocrisy of Americas political system is exposed. Conspiracy, murder, and terrorism all focus the reader on the differing philosophies of man and what influences his choices and the consequences of those choices.

Solving the mystery of why the characters commit their horrendous crimes, exposes the nature of the true enemies of the citizens of the United States and who are the true heroes.



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