BLOOD CHEAPER THAN OIL by Alexander Molnar Jr

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Al Molnar is the author of four best selling novels, Mission: Hong Kong 1944-1945; Mission: Alpine Redoubt; The Land Beyond Time, An Adventure in the Amazon; and Sweet Revenge, An Adventure in East Africa. He is also the contributing author to World War II in Europe: An Encyclopedia.

Al spent over 20 years in the military, 10 in the USMC and 10 in the US Army retiring as a Chief Warrant Offi cer. He was awarded two Purple Hearts for wounds received in combat in Vietnam, as well as 53 other medals, citations and commendations. Currently Al resided in Diamondhead, Mississippi.

Hours before testifying to a US Congressional Committee investigating the oil industry for abuses and price gouging, an oil Company CEO, about to reveal a 70 year old secret, is shockingly executed along with his entire family. Or so they thought. The Secret would remain hidden . . . the executions – were meant to send a message to anyone who thinks they can betray the Circle. Or so they thought. Little did they know that someone kept a diary of those secret events that happened over 70 years ago in pre-war Nazi Germany . . . It is about to be discovered.

So begins this fast paced action adventure novel . . . which takes place in Nov/Dec 2005, when two lives become intertwined today and in the past.

It is a story about how far individuals will go to protect their corporation profi ts; their use of deception and the manipulation of the press and people, via their fears and gullibility. It is a story of the lies, secret deals and other efforts to expand their bottom line, their profi ts . . . . It is the story of their ignoring the rules and laws of mankind . . .

Finally, it is the story of their total disregard for the world’s most precious resource, the human being . . . proving that BLOOD IS CHEAPER THAN OIL.

This is a work of FICTION.

Or is it?

About Alexander Molnar Jr

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Published September 5, 2007 by Xlibris. 285 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime. Fiction

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