Murder in the Capital - Public Servant's Revenge in Thriller Book
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Elgin Street Police HQ, Manor Park, Old Barrhaven, Bank Street and many other well-known locations provide the back drop for this 'dark and edgy, though humor tinged...' thriller.
Not many jobs are for life.
Jeff Parsons was angry, angry enough to kill. A reliable, dependable, and mostly honest public servant, Jeff expected to ride the government gravy train undisturbed until his retirement in 2025.
"Excellent writing and many unexpected twists. The characters are like many co-workers you have known over the years. Entertaining."
On Friday March 2, 2012, Jeff's train derailed; a confidential email revealed that Jeff's boss, under the guise of government-wide cutbacks, planned to 'let Jeff go' and use the savings to reward and promote their sycophant lackeys and painted whore.
Unemployment at fifty would destroy Jeff's life and threaten the security and health of his children. That was not acceptable.
"An edgy read set in Ottawa, a true Government town. Very interesting to see the City of Ottawa come to life (and death!) in this novel. Connection with, and like or dislike of, the main character changes throughout the book as more is revealed. Certainly a book that keeps you reading and wondering about life in the Public Service."
Desperate and determined, Jeff analysed the problem; six deaths in seven days ought to be enough.
All he needed was a killer.
"Really enjoyed this book! Especially living in Ottawa."
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|Posted||September 26, 2016|
|Expiry||November 18, 2016|