The Death Of

by G.T. Engelke



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 08/06/1999

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 288
ISBN : 9781420893625

About the Book

Jimmy Groves, civil servant, air conditioning foreman, psychopath, nice guy, mass murderer, sexual pervert . . . the descriptors could go on and on forever. A man with a grudge against the world, who acquires a tool that allows him to attempt to reach his greatest goal. This goal is to destroy the entire government of the United States of America. Jimmy will use his girlfriend, Cindy, her family, her family's business, her body, her beliefs, her wants and dreams--all to place his plan into action and to ensure its success. He plans to use what's there and available for the world to see to make the unbelievable happen.

The actions of the different branches of the government, its people, its policies, its procedures, combined with the deceit, deception and distrust, allow the interweaving effect to join and entangle the lives of a federal marshal, an FBI Agent with his social climbing wife, the president, the vice president, the speaker of the house, and so many more involved in the secrets, lies, deals, payoffs, and general corruption that makes up our great form of government.

Yes, the perfect melting pot for one Mr. Jimmy Groves, whose personal goal is to do what no person, government, or country ever came close to doing--total destruction of the government of the United States of America.

About the Author

Gilbert T. Engelke Jr. was born in New York, New York, and now lives in Savannah, Georgia with his wife, Janet. He is a graduate of Pacific Western University with a degree in engineering. He served in Vietnam with the U. S. Army as a Combat Medical Specialist from 1966 through 1968 and is a member of the Disabled American Veterans Organization.

He enjoys the outdoor sports of golfing and fishing and the indoor activities of reading, writing and time with his wife, Janet, and their Bullmastiff, Angel. He will continue to write, as long as the words and breath continue to happen.