Chasing The Cash Life Vengeful Psychological Thriller (1/3)

Chasing The Cash Life Action Packed Crime Thriller (1/3) The year 1993 sees a sharp uptick in international crime. Moses Anderson, Action Officer in the CIA has a theory. By his light crime has nothing to do with drugs and everything to do with misplaced revolutionary zeal. Is he right? Keywords: Fiction, Thriller & Suspense, Crime Thriller, Psychological Thriller, International Mystery & Crime More
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About Jeff Dejent

Jeffrey Dejent grew up and went to school in Milwaukee Wisconsin. He graduated from college in June of 1970. Away from the keyboard Jeff likes to ride bicycles and go jogging. When it snows he dabbles in things like software defined radio and computer hacking.

Jeff welcomes comparisons / criticisms of his novels and screenplays against the works of the late greats Stephen J. Cannell, Mister Tom Clancy, and of course Mister James Patterson. He would be happy to ghostwrite for one of the big names in the industry. Problem is, the lines are so long, you have to take a number.

If you cannot find anything new by Tom Clancy or James Patterson, you should give Jeff a try. If your favorite television shows include: Criminal Minds, NCIS, and Numbers, you will enjoy Jeff.

Jeffrey Dejent, Novelist, Screenwriter, in association with: Dynamic Entry Productions. LLC

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Did you read everything you could find on the Menendez brothers, and the cold calculated way they took the lives of their parents in 1989? Are you a fan of the television series- 'Criminal Minds'? If yes- 'Trust Fund Babies' is right for you.

1993 sees a huge increase in terrorism. On the 25th of January a man with 'middle eastern' features opens fire at the entrance way to the CIA. On the 26th of February an Arab terror team sets off a huge bomb under the World Trade Center. Is all this violence 'Blow Back' from the war against Saddam Hussein?

Moses Anderson, CIA Action Officer has a theory. He reminds the Police in Peru arrested the head of the Shining Path Guerrillas in 1992. Anderson thinks 'Presidente Gonzalo's' followers fled Peru when they lost their leader. He thinks displaced Guerrillas are responsible for the sharp uptick in international crime. Is he right?

Late in the spring of 1993 four nuns in Mexico are brutally raped and murdered. Police find the scene littered with drug manufacturing paraphernalia. The trail leads to the United States. Are the perpetrators revolutionaries? Are they spree killers with no sense of right and wrong?

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