An International Underground Secret Operation

by Teddy Lanard Wentz



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 2/11/2024

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 154
ISBN : 9798823020824
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 154
ISBN : 9798823020800
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 154
ISBN : 9798823020817

About the Book

Please take a trip with me in the mind of a Senator who has made all the wrong decisions in her thirst for money, prestige, and selfish interest. After putting her own self interest ahead of her family, which includes financial wealth and power lets see how or if she can get herself out of the trouble that she brought upon herself. Her self interest and lust for material things, and money she brought down with her members of Congress and some of her fellow senators in the process. Not only does the senator include her fellow Congressional members in these United States of America, but also she weaves her web through many countries and cities around the world.

About the Author

Thank you for being interested in my book (Crisis an International Underground Secret Operation), I hope you find it interesting and give you a thirst for more because more is yet to come. It is my honor and pleasure to right books, movies, and screenplays because I’ve been writing for many many years through grade school and I enjoy doing it very much. As a sixteen-year-old in high school I chose to read and recite Dr Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream Speech” and got an A+ for my efforts, I also wrote letters to my relatives speaking about God’s Word and how it helped me growing up in New York City. Growing up in New York City in the 60’s and 70’s that was truly an interesting experience with the leadership and guidance of my incredible mother Gladys and my older brother Harold, I was able to go to school having English and Math being my two favorite subjects. I loved school and because of my training and guidance I was asked to be a monitor/messenger in elementary school at the tender age of seven, because of my behavior, classwork, and high marks. I was called a teacher’s pet because of the many assignments she asked me to do. Later on in high school I was able to be a graduate at the age of seventeen years old on a co-op program (85 average in all subjects) graduated six months early and over credited. Wanting always to go to college and further my education (encouraged by my teachers to further my education) I had to make a very important decision in my life, and that was to go to college that Fall (Fall of 73) or assist my mother in raising five other younger siblings because my older brother got married that year and I was second to the oldest. I decided in the Summer of 73 to go into public service for the city and state of New York City to help my mom support and raise my younger brothers and sisters at the age of eighteen. Never forgetting my desire to write I went to work for the city of New York for twenty-two straight years last serving in the New York City Transit Police Department in the Special Services Unit under the leadership of the great William Bill Braton as my Transit Police Chief.