Triple Oaks by C. Edward Samuels

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"Always in pursuit of evil men, Capt. Keith G. Roberts is, once again, loaned out; this
time to The Tennessee Bureau of investigation.

Keith searches for clues to a triple hanging of three high school boys. He uncovers
KKK madness; human traffi cking insanity, and foreign terrorist activity in the U.S.

As in his last assignment, “Satan’s Penance;” he fi nds man’s inhumane treatment of his
fellow man!

He stops some of the horror; he informs the world of its presence; and he loses more
than a man should ever lose in pursuit of mad men.
He proves a concept: dedication to duty is paramount!"

About C. Edward Samuels

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My wife accuses me of exaggerating. I think that I expand - a little. One could even say that I tend to expound - occasionally. But exaggerate? Respectfully I submit, that may be something of an exaggeration - always! I choose to write under the penname. "C. Edward Samuel's." the "C", Colonel. "E" Edward, In honor of the man who raised me, and who I love and respect so much. "S" for two Samuels, my brother who has been so supportive through good times and bad, and my real father, who tried his best. I am sixty-fi ve years old; a citizen of the United States of America. Married, fathered four wonderful children: proud Grandfather of eleven marvelous grandchildren. I am grateful For The opportunity to share in the lives of my wife's three children, and two granddaughters. Active duty in the Navy and Coast Guard. Thirteen years as a police offi cer, and deputy sheriff. A polygraph examiner for Probation and Parole Services, local agencies, and for federal law enforcement. A retired Special Agent from the U.S. Coast Guard, with both active duty and Reserve service. (Retired) Colonel Chief of Police, Department of Defense. PADI Master Instructor / ITC Director (Emeritus). Graduate, Commercial Deep Sea Diver, Diver's Institute of Technology, Seattle, Washington. Graduate: High School- the home of 'The Greenwave' in Southeast Missouri. College: Bachelor of Science, Sociology, The University of the State of New York; Master of Science in Psychology, California Coast University. "In my career, spanning more than thirty years, I had the immense pleasure and extreme good fortune to work with, be near to, and be around people in the law enforcement and Intelligence vocations. I would ask only the distinct honor of being considered " a fellow officer.
Published July 12, 2010 by Xlibris. 228 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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