Plenty million secrets by G.A. Jamin

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Plenty million secrets is an epic tale of adventure, intrigue, mayhem, murder, satire, comedy, and political incorrectness. It spans the globe including New Zealand, Turkey, Ethiopia, Israel, Somalia, Iran, El Salvador, Canada, the United States, the High Seas, the Appalachian trail, New York City, and the People’s Republic of California.

Yorick, a teenager of many aliases, fake identities and secrets, is the runaway heir to a vast fortune. He is escaping from a psychotic kidnapper-murderer who is stalking him.

Darwin, an Afro-Israeli of Maori-New Zealander descent, is an ex-Mossad secret agent skilled in espionage and the martial arts. Darwin becomes Yorick’s mentor and protector when they become security contractors for the mysterious BlackBox Corporation. They fight drug dealers, assassins, biker gangs, gunrunners, card cheats, pirates, terrorists, nuclear proliferators, kidnappers, murderers, Bastards, MammyJumpers, and CandyAsses. They also do a little freelance work on the side.

BlackBox is a global enterprise specializing in detecting and selling secrets, intelligence outsourcing, double-dealing and tax evasion. It is controlled by “Empress” Helen Polishnik, a former FBI and KGB double agent, and her son-in-law “Mr. Jerry” Earle, a former oil company executive living under a witness protection program alias. They are engaged in a life and death battle for control of the family business.

This book has everything: murder, retribution, and escape, and evasion, action packed adventure, idealism, satirical cynicism, financial skullduggery, slapstick comedy, and deep insights into the human condition. Frequently hilarious, sometimes scary, rarely politically correct, and always riveting, it’s the masterpiece that William Shakespeare or Herman Melville or Mark Twain might have written had they kept up with current events.

As for the dog, if you want to keep a secret forever, whisper it only to him.

 

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Published January 19, 2012 by G.A. Jamin. 419 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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young Michael, in fear for his life and no longer willing to put his parents in danger, eludes his security team and disappears into the wilderness.

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