Thirty year old, Axis Blackstone, once a Marine Sniper, walked in his father's footsteps, working for the FBI, before being hired by a secret international agency; the Global Intelligence Bureau, based in Washington, DC. He and his long time friend and Marine, Rook Anderson never questioned what side of the law their missions were on and consciously dared not ask if their targets were innocent American citizens or rather terrorists and members of gangs, they killed; as they had been told. Evilness lurked within the GIB Agency and, Administrator, Felix Edmonton was the most evil and corrupt man alive. Other than keeping the pressure on disarming every American of their firearms, by creating scenes of mass shootings to take place, his mission was to pay others to eliminate agents, from his own bureau, by assassination, if they appeared to be questioning the motives of GIB; what it's sole purpose of the Bureau, actually was. Innocent victims became embroiled in these deadly games, when Axis Blackstone decided it was time to sell the multi million dollar estate, on Wharf Island, off the coast of Nantucket, that he inherited when his parents died. Within the walls of that estate held secrets Axis was unaware of, until the sale of the property and what actually happened to his parents. The beautiful, young blonde, woman, who bought the property had no idea what she was getting herself into, when she signed a check for three million dollars and it being deposited in an offshore account, in the name of Axis Blackstone. Was this twenty three year old, woman, Zilpha D'Artgnan, about to be another victim and dance with the devil? Who, actually, was the devil?
Thirty year old, Axis Blackstone, once a Marine Sniper, walked in his father's footsteps, working for the FBI, before being hired by a secret international agency; the Global Intelligence Bureau, based in Washington, DC. He and his long ...
Author: J. Cherbonneau
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Traces the history of magazines in America, from their first appearance in 1741 to the present
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Author: John William Tebbel
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press
Category: American periodicals
... lives by showing additions to our means of studying the state explains to the Right Reverend Father in God a monkey that can dance hornpipes , and , after of the shire in the Middle Ages . This is a that it is for “ a poor devil .
A complete concordance or verbal index to words, phrases and passages in the dramatic works of Shakespeare. There is also a supplementary concordance to the poems. This is an essential reference work for all students and readers of Shakespeare.
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Author: John Bartlett
Category: Literary Criticism
... Love Sick ; Dance Of The Drunken Mantis , Wrong Door Raid ; Lonely Road ; Jericho ; Move On ; Miles Away , Dig The Dog ( That Dug The Bonel : Hold Out , The Killer , Robin's Groove INS A 275 ( 17.97 ) Obstruct Doors Cause Delay & Be ...
Author: John Bartlett