Emil’s List

by Bruce Weiss



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/10/2018

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 308
ISBN : 9781546262640
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 308
ISBN : 9781546262626
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 308
ISBN : 9781546262633

About the Book

Preeminent investigative journalist Emil Breck has nearly uncovered a dastardly plot designed to harm America on national Election Day. Before he can expose the heinous plot, he dies under curious circumstances, the work buried and lost among the tens of thousands of notes and articles he’s produced over his lifetime. Per his will, Emil’s lifetime of work is to be given to fellow journalist Charlie Darwin. Charlie and his coworker and friend Sucre Grande take possession of the papers and soon find themselves in the crosshairs of whoever killed Emil. The deeper they dig into the renowned journalist’s work, the more a frightening scenario comes into focus. Can they discover why Emil was killed and, more importantly, what kind of plot Emil uncovered portending a crisis on America’s presidential Election Day? Emil’s List is a gripping and suspenseful novel filled with intrigue, deceit, cunning, and treachery. If a secret plot succeeds, the entire nation could suffer an unimaginable and unthinkable calamity. In his eighth novel, Bruce Weiss once again delivers a spellbinding tale that will keep the reader totally involved right up to the most shocking ending.

About the Author

Bruce Weiss is the author of the novels Time Chamber (Vantage Press, 2003), The Ghost of Rudolf Hess (Vantage Press, 2005), Native Daughter (Vantage Press, 2006), The Collection (Author House 2010), The Missing Piece of the Puzzle (Author House 2012), Fortune (Author House 2014}, Byrd’s Eye View (Author House 2016) and a short story included in the Key West Author’s Co-op edition of Mango Summers. In addition he has written a high school textbook on the history of Connecticut. He lives in Essex, Connecticut with his wife Ivy. He is an alumnus of Boston University and did graduate history studies at Wesleyan University. He can be contacted at Weisskeys@aol.com