The Corporation by Leonard Schultz

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Why can’t The United States solve its “war on drugs”? Why is the technology to produce atomic weapons being sold to unstable nations with the United States unable to stop it? These and other similar questions are answered in this fictional account of “The Corporation”. Not only are questions answered but direct solutions to these problems are devised and successfully carried out by a private company under contract to the government of the United States and other friendly governments. A German company is selling parts to build an atomic bomb to an unstable middle eastern country. The German government, like the American government, has been unable to stop the activity through normal channels. How do we stop the German company owners from continuing their illicit trade? As usual, the CIA has its hands tied by politics and is powerless to act. The “war on drugs” continues but the importation and sale of illicit drugs continues to escalate. The DEA and FBI are helpless and the country is losing ground. The government has solutions but they are politically impossible to implement. Stan Roman, a former government employee, turned entrepreneur, forms a corporation to contract its services to the governments of The United States and other countries to specifically solve these and other problems. The concept quickly proves to be successful both operationally and financially and, as a result, the corporation grows very large. The author takes us through the twists and turns of the concepts of dealing with government bureaucracy, blended with the authenticity and realism of intricate covert operations with knife edged suspense, and implemented by an unusual but very adept cast of characters.

About Leonard Schultz

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Schultz has degrees in Electrical Engineering and Business Administration. He has been employed as an engineer in various capacities, with the Federal Government in Washington and various companies. Today he acts as a Consultant to the P.C. and Telecommunications industries.
Published April 23, 2000 by iUniverse. 198 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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