In Innerviews, Screwed Dude Book 1, Matt Sansoma's dad was fired from his executive job at one of the nation's largest banks, Mega-Low. He died the next day in a suspicious car crash. Matt could not believe it was an accident. And despite warnings to not investigate, he did. With the help of several residents at the Elysian Hills Assisted Living Home he found the truth. More
Matt is still recovering from revelations about Mega-Low Bank's market manipulation and his father's murder. Matt is now a regular employee at Elysian and will be visiting residents by himself now, with a service dog assigned to him as his regular companion.
Matt liked that he was now a trusted regular, albeit part-time employee, and that he could now sometimes speak more freely with the residents when he was by himself.
His father's false friend at the bank, Thomas Ranke, would be tried for murder. The prosecutor realized what a strong case he had, and how it might help him in his political career to convict Ranke and possibly several other high level bank executives. The bank might be capable of silencing Ranke.
Matt learned that during the night two men had tried to forcibly take Joanne D'Arcy from Elysian. After entering her room they drugged her to take her away wrapped in a blanket. What those men did not anticipate was that Jeff Jeffers, an insomniac resident, had watched them skulking in the hallway. He followed them stealthily. If they had been alert they might have noticed he was carrying a Colt 45 caliber pistol. Jeffers learned that the two intruders worked for the interests who wanted to buy and develop the land D'Arcy owned. Jeffers caught the two intruders in D'Arcy's room, just as they were wrapping her body in a blanket. One of them had the bad judgment to pull a gun on him. That was the last thing he would regret as Jeffers put a .45 bullet just above and between the intruder's eyes. Messy, but it instantly took all the fight out of the intruder. Morticians have ways to cover up such damage. The one who took care of this one would earn his pay.
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